Halo Infinite single player has been absent for 459 days. Four hundred and fifty-nine days. Can you imagine what 343 Industries has achieved during that time? We also.
It’s a drum beat that we can take with us from our good old earth: Today at precisely 3 p.m. Microsoft will unveil gameplay from the Halo Infinite single player campaign for the first time since summer 2020 (!). It’s an understatement to say the wait is as big as it is legitimate: the title that would launch Xbox series consoles in November had been widely debated, and frankly, not forever. Just days after the famous presentation, the manufacturer had sent all the necessary oils and officials to the front lines to try to put out the fire before finally closing the lid and hoping for better days.
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Since then, Halo Infinite’s life has been largely interrupted by the various beta phases devoted to multiplayer, which luckily has made it possible to raise the bar in terms of communication. But after the restless presentation of the summer of 2020, it is an understatement to say that the pressure is now heavy on the shoulders of the studio 343 Industries, which has just sent out the invitations:
The outcasts defeated UNSC forces and took control of the mysterious Zeta Halo, which threatened human survival. When all hope is lost and the fate of humanity is at stake, the Master Chief returns to face the most ruthless enemy of all time. Here’s a new take on the Halo Infinite campaign that shows players what it’s like to be true Spartan freedom in the greatest, most open, and adventurous Halo experience yet.
To find out if Craig the Brute has a radiant face and foolproof finesse, you need to return here at 3pm or head straight to Youtube channel the Xbox industry in the hope that those long months of work will finally pay off. It is that they must be flushed on the Redmont side …
Halo Infinite launches December 8th next on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series.