With E3 2019 in the books, many games or significant progress reports were revealed to the public. One of those was the greatly anticipated Halo Infinite, the next major piece in our favorite super-soldier’s journey. “Next major piece?” you might ask, yes, Halo Infinite will be “Halo 6”. Even though it does not follow the traditional Halo styling with having name then number, this will be the next installment in the series.
What Game Platforms will Halo Infinite be released on?
As it stands currently, 343 Industries will follow with traditional Halo ruling, sticking only to Microsoft products for its platform. However, following in the footsteps of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Halo Infinite will be making an appearance as well on Windows 10.
In fact, it appears that Microsoft and 343 industries might be taking a page from their old play-book and attempting to release Halo Infinite with their new console as well. This is the same plan that they executed back in 2001 with the release of Halo: Combat Evolved.
Halo Infinite Release Date?
A release date has not been set for Halo Infinite yet, however after doing a bit of research, It could be theorized that the release date will be in 2020 along with the new “Project Scarlet” as well. 343 Industries most likely will make this happen due to the creation of an entire new game engine to enhance the looks and game mechanics of Halo Infinite. This new game engine that has been created will most likely need something more powerful then the traditional xbox one.
Master Chief in Halo Infinite
One question that many people have asked, “Is Master Chief going to be in Halo Infinite?” Yes, he will once again be the main protagonist, as this is a continuation of the Halo series. It is not known however, what exactly his mission is, or why he is back in the armor that was seen in Halo 2. In my personal opinion, this will make an absolutely interesting storyline addition.
What will Halo Infinite Multiplayer be like?
343 Industries has not released much about Halo Infinite Multiplayer. Of the few details that have been released, it has been found out that Forge will be returning to the halo universe, as well as traditional halo game modes such as Slayer, Team Slayer. It has been stated by Frank O’Connor of 343 Industries that a “battle royale” mode will not be available in Halo Infinite as they do not want to stick to trends, but would rather put game types in that fit Halo instead.
Halo Infinite will be coming to both Xbox and Windows 1. This is amazing in the fact that Halo fans have wanted an ability to play on PC since halo 2 in 2007. Infinite will also have a very interesting storyline based around the events of Halo 5: Guardians, with what appears to be a retro twist. Also, Master Chief will be where he belongs, in the center of all of it.
Thats It for now, be sure to stay tuned here at Max Level Mag for more on Halo Infinite, and other games coming out in the near future, or any games that we as gamers, like to play.