Halo Infinite is the next installment of the Halo franchise by 343 Industries and will be exclusive to Xbox One and Windows 10. The game will be set in the year 2558 and will continue the story of the Reclaimer Saga. This blog will go into the details of what we know about Halo Infinite, what we don’t know, and how to get the game.
Halo Infinite E3 2018 Reveal
Microsoft has released a teaser trailer for Halo Infinite, the next instalment in its long-running Halo science fiction shooter franchise. It’s the first time that a new Halo game will be available on PC as well as Xbox.
In the teaser video above, we see Master Chief, the protagonist of the series of first-person shooters, walking through a rocky landscape. “I am the Master Chief,” he says. “I am the one who fights for humanity. I am the one who has to save us all.”
In the wake of the Xbox E3 2018 Showcase, Microsoft has revealed that the next mainline Halo game is on the way. Titled Halo Infinite, it’s being developed by 343 Industries, the team behind Halo 4, Halo 5: Guardians, and Halo Wars 2.
Halo Infinite is a work-in-progress, so Microsoft was understandably light on the details. However, the trailer showed off a lot of potential, including a lush environment, a sprawling city, and a new character.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Game
Halo Infinite Multiplayer is a new multiplayer mode for Halo Infinite that was revealed at E3 2018. It is a very basic multiplayer mode that is similar to previous Halo games. It is a 4v4 match that takes place in a small arena with a team of Spartans vs a team of Elites. It is a very basic multiplayer game that is expected to evolve and improve over time.