Halo Infinite will likely be an Xbox Sequence X launch sport, however we’ve not seen any gameplay footage from it but. After we realized that Xbox would showcase first-party titles for the system in an upcoming Xbox 20/20 presentation in July, we assumed that Halo Infinite can be considered one of them–and now now we have official affirmation.
Within the newest put up on Halo Waypoint, developer 343 Industries states that we’ll see extra of the sport through the upcoming stream. “You’ll have seen folks speaking about this calmly earlier than, however we’re extraordinarily excited to verify that Halo Infinite will likely be considered one of many first-party titles included within the Xbox 20/20 occasion in July,” the put up reads.
There isn’t any precise affirmation in thesse phrases that we’ll undoubtedly see gameplay footage right here, in fact, however it appears inevitable, even when the primary Xbox 20/20 showcase didn’t ship as promised on that entrance.
There isn’t any particular date for this July presentation, however the first one passed off on Could 7, and included a mixture of new sport reveals and port bulletins.
Halo Infinite can even come to Xbox One and PC earlier than the top of 2020. Hopefully Aaron Greenberg’s current declare that 343 Industries is “cooking up some fireplace” proves correct.
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