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Halo 6 is now called Halo Infiniti and is coming to PC. Microsoft gave us our first brief look at Halo Infiniti at E3 2018 and a five-minute trailer at E3 2019. Despite reducing the number, you should still think of Halo Infiniti as the next stage of the Master Chief’s story.

That’s all we’ve seen, but 343 industries have talked a little about Halo Infinity since the announcement. So far, the game’s buzz has focused on building the new engine 343 years, resulting in a new graphical style and many more changes that we will see in the future.

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According to a Rumerfoam earlier this year, “The team behind the game is trying to adapt the story to user-made decisions and the game may have more RPG elements than earlier versions of the series.” Yes, Halo Infinite has confirmed for Windows 10 as well as Xbox. Along with Halo: The Master Chief Collection is also trending towards PC this year, with Microsoft finally reaching mass behind Halo on PC.

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Here are the other details we collected about Halo Infinite, about the release date, a possible beta, multiplayer, and more.

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Halo Infiniti will release around the winter holidays in 2020, although we do not yet have an exact date. Microsoft confirmed at its press conference at E3 this year that Halo Infiniti would be a launch title for its next-generation console, which currently houses the code-named Scarlett, possibly together with the PC version of Infinite Launching.

We finally got a long trailer for Halo Infiniti, but that’s not what we expected. Instead of starting with Master Chief, it appears to be in space in a pelican with a UNSC soldier. And the chief eventually shows up, but, well, how shall we not spoil. Watch it in the trailer above.

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Sadly there is no gameplay, but there is still a lot to filter out, including some loaded Cortana voiceovers and a fractured holo ring.

Twitter user Xepyal saw something from the E3 2019 trailer that no one else did: a series of red flashes in the Master Chief’s wizard that, when spliced ​​together, create QR codes. The code led them to this audio clip. At the end of the clip, we hear Cortana (at least that’s how it sounds) says the following: “This … this is part of me. I don’t know why, I don’t know, but it’s me.”

what does this mean? your guess is as good as mine.
So Halo Infinite will be on PC?

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Yes! This trailer confirmed that Microsoft had already told us: the next Halo is coming to PC. With Windows 10, Microsoft’s Xbox Games library is increasingly shared between platforms, and that’s what its plans are moving forward.

Given Gears 5, Forza Horizon 4, Sea of ​​Thieves and State of Deck 2, cross-platform multiplayer can also be in the cards, just to name a few. Halo Infiniti’s new SlipSpace engine has also been developed with PC in mind, especially when it comes to a wider range of hardware setups.

The trailer demo was made in SlipSpace, although it should be noted that this is a technical demo and not actual footage from Halo Infiniti. However, the exciting bit is how far our PCs will be able to extend the engine’s graphics compared to a console. 144 fps hello, please.

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Cindy Johnson is a journalist for Honk News. After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Cindy got an internship at a morning radio show and worked as a journalist and producer. Cindy has also worked as a columnist for the Knoxville News-Sentinel. Cindy covers economy and community events for Honk News. Contact: Email: [email protected] Phone: 720.907.1923

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