Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite: The Truth Behind Delays and Console Hype

The internet has opened our eyes and set us free, but the truth is that not everything on the internet is accurate. Fortunately, that’s the case when it comes to all the recent leaks and rumors surrounding Halo Infinite. Much like the drama surrounding Halo Infinite’s subpar graphics and rumors that multiplayer wouldn’t be available at launch, the news rumors about an extended delay or and lack of support for the Xbox One are completely unfounded and totally inaccurate. This confirmation comes from 343 Industries Community Manage, John Junyszek via Twitter. In a reply to on fan’s tweet regarding the delay into 2020, Junyszek said “there are no plans to change our 2021 release day or the devices and platforms that we’ll be supporting.” Hey Eric - we're seeing lots of fake "leaks" out there, so...

Halo Infinite Multiplayer: Free-to-Play and Developed Alongside Pro Gamers

Let’s be honest – if you set PUBG and Fortnite aside, most people are divided in two groups: Halo players and Call of Duty players. And, now that we’ve seen what was essentially a low-res demonstration of Halo Infinite’s campaign, we’re all really itching to see what Halo Infinite Multiplayer is going to bring to the table. Well, if you fall into that group, then we’ve got good news for you. Not only did 343 Industries rely on pro Halo gamers for development advice, but it’s also looking back to what was one of the best Halo multiplayer experiences in the game’s long and rarely tarnished history. Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer will Build off Halo 5’s Multiplayer Element First off, we still don’t get to see what Halo Infinite Multiplayer looks...

343 Industries Shoots Down Halo Infinite Multiplayer Rumors

In what seemed like just minutes after Halo Infinite’s first campaign gameplay trailer went live, YouTuber Brad Sams citied an unknown source who claims that Halo Infinite multiplayer wouldn’t be available at launch. As it turns out, Sammy boy probably just wanted some extra video views and subscribers because 343 Industries Community Director, Brian Jarrard, put that rumor down as quickly as it came to life. Nothing to see here folks, this is not true.— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) July 24, 2020 Coming at the same time fans were complaining about graphics, this specific rumor seemed extremely odd. Microsoft and 343 Industries said beforehand that the first gameplay showcase would focus on the campaign and that multiplayer would be shown at a future event, long before launch. Then, if you factor in that Halo Infinite...

Don’t Believe What You Saw – Halo Infinite Will Look Way Better At Launch

So, you watched the Halo Infinite gameplay trailer and immediate got upset because that didn’t look next-gen, right? Well, you’re not the only one. A lot of fans were up in arms about the overall graphic display, but nobody stopped to think that the game might just be a work in progress, let alone the fact that it wasn’t even streaming in 4k60. And, that was the case, and now Xbox Marketing Boss, Aaron Greenberg, as set out to clear the air a bit in an interview with Inside Gaming, basically admitting that what we saw isn’t fully representative of what the game will look like when it launches with the Xbox Series X. “We're in the middle of a global pandemic. It's July, we're far from holiday . You're seeing a work in progress game. You probably watched...

Game Delays Won’t Hinder Microsoft Xbox Series X Launch

We just discussed Phil Spencer’s reaction to the Sony PS5 after the recent PS5 reveal talk, and now it’s time we discuss the likelihood that the Xbox Series X will be delayed amid the global crisis and its impact on the gaming industry. So far, Microsoft has been rather quiet about any potential delay in launching the Xbox Series X, despite the fact that the gaming industry is in turmoil. With Sony saying that the PlayStation 5 is still on track for launch this year, and the Xbox Thanksgiving launch leak, it has the world wondering if the Series X will be ready to go as well. Part of launching a new console comes with having the right games ready at launch as well, and with games being delayed left and right, anything could happen. But, we have good...

Buy Halo Infinite on Xbox One, get it free on Xbox Series X

First, let’s talk about Microsofts Smart Delivery’s big names: Cyberpunk 2077, Geras 5, and Halo Infinite. This program will allow players to buy the games on Xbox One and receive them for free on Xbox Series X after they upgrade. The news was confirmed by Samuel Bateman. Microsft's Marketing Lead confirmed via a twitter post. another post, this time by Phil Spencer, the Xbox boss explaining the process of Smart Delivery. Cyberpunk 2077 was the first to announce this capability. It looks like Microsoft it’s doing it’s best to keep the console family connected. This will also come as a bonus for players that will be able to buy the game once and enjoy it on different consoles. I don’t know about you, but the idea of having a single account with multiple games and being able to...

Halo Infinite’s New Game Engine Comes With Infinite Possibilities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybmy2HfNfbs 343 Industries, the development studio responsible for creating Halo Infinite built an all-new game engine to go for their new game, one that allows them more freedom in design than ever before. The engine goes by the name “Slipspace” and the studio has finally decided to let us in a little about it in a recent video by Halo Franchise Director, Frank O’Connor. In short, the new Slipspace engine, as it’s called, is designed for “next-generation” game development and it’s much easier to work with: We had to create an engine that was more powerful for next-generation development, but also more nimble, so the creatives and engineers are able to work more easily and iterate faster. This technical groundwork is vital to build a platform for the...

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