Halo Infinite Gameplay will make its debut in July on the Xbox Series X
Today marks the first of many Xbox events and showcases that will take place in the coming months. Although it’s a lot of things that have been unveiled today, many fans wanted more because there was no news on Halo Infinite. Although this could have been a little disappointing for some, you will only have to wait a few more months to get your HALO fix. A Gameplay Halo Infinite demo should take place in July.
The Director General of Xbox Marketing, Aaron Greenberg, said July would be the month of XBOX exclusives. We can also expect to see even more news on the Xbox Series X. It is the console with which Halo Infinite will launch, so we will have the chance to see Master Chief in all the glory than the next generation of consoles can bring.
There was very little news regarding the next episode of the Halo Franchise. There were only two cases of revelations and trailers on behalf of 343 industries. Both took place at E3. It goes without saying that halo fans all over the world are eager to know what looked at them later this year.
There was a ton of rumors on the direction that infinites will take the flagship series. Many people are convinced that Halo Infinite will dramatically deviate from the traditional linear formula that has been used in previous titles. An open world is the most likely alternative according to the forums and sections of comment. Whatever the dynamics of the 343, it will have to bring Halo under the spotlight. As hitting as Haro in the 2000s, Halo 4 and Halo 5 did not have the same weight behind them. Let’s hope it can change this winter.
Halo Infinite will be available on the Xbox Series X end 2020.