Many players are eagerly awaiting the release of Halo Infinite, which is supposed to take place before the end of the year. While the revelation was to be made this Wednesday evening during Gamescom’s Opening Night Live, the Microsoft Store sold the wick a little in advance.
Last January, we learned that the Halo Infinite game was 90% complete. It was to land next fall exclusively on Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PC. However, it remained to learn the precise release date of the title of 343 Industries. Which was to be revealed this Wednesday night during Gamescom. But the Aggiornamenti Lumia site spotted an update on the Microsoft Store to get to the bottom of it a few hours in advance.
Indeed, the product sheet of Halo Infinite now indicates that the FPS will land on December 8 on the aforementioned platforms. Information cross-checked by our colleagues from The Verge who quote a source close to Microsoft. Appointment is therefore made for players eager to discover the new features of the successor to Halo 5: Guardians.
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Halo Infinite: co-op and Forge mode will arrive late
For the record, Xbox Game Studios initially planned to launch Halo Infinite alongside the Xbox Series X and S last November. Corn the development of the game was behind schedule, to the point of delaying the launch of the title for more than a year. Evil for good, the community largely preferring to wait longer rather than paying for a botched game.
Note also that the campaign in cooperation mode will not be available from December 8. We will have to wait until the second season of Halo Infinite to play it, about three months after its official release. As for the Forge mode, which allows players to customize and share maps, it should land six months after the launch of the game. Gamers will obviously be able to taste day one in the main single player campaign as well as in the multiplayer mode.
Scoop: Halo Infinite (Campaign) | Release Date December 8 https://t.co/5iO4pjLCjA pic.twitter.com/b7efdHp5tm
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