In less than a month, Halo Infinite will be launched, Halo Infinite Release Date and plenty of fresh footage have been revealed in the meanwhile. Halo Infinite, like all other Microsoft-published titles, will be accessible on Xbox Game Pass on launch day for both PC and consoles.
Halo Infinite was planned to be released as a launch title for the Xbox Series X/S last year. After a mixed reaction to the first reveal video, with the aesthetics being the most common complaint, Microsoft opted to push the game back to 2021. Despite the fact that Halo Infinite has an official release date of December 8, rumors say that the multiplayer component of the game could be available as early as next Monday.
Microsoft appears to have changed the game store page to reflect the game’s December 8 release date shortly after the website date was published. This game was initially set to be published in November 2020 as an Xbox Series X/S launch title, will now be released on December 8, 2021, for consoles and PC. The story for Halo Infinite will be available alongside the game’s free-to-play multiplayer mode.
Players were given the opportunity to test the game’s 4v4 Arena battles and 12v12 Big Team Battle matches during the latest Halo Infinite technical preview.
Halo is a science fiction first-person shooter set in the 26th century, in which the player assumes the role of Master Chief, a genetically enhanced super-soldier known as a Spartan. Chief, on the other hand, is unique in that he is now an endangered species after the majority of Spartans were slain in the Halo prequel Reach.
Humanity is at war with an extraterrestrial race known as The Covenant in the original Halo trilogy chronology. While not intrinsically bad, The Covenant’s society is governed by a theocracy, and their religious leaders believe that humanity is an affront to their gods, and so must be eradicated.