It’s hard to describe the desire of shooters fans to enjoy the adventures of the Master Chief on the new generation of consoles. It is true that we have available in the Xbox Game Pass catalog a compilation that includes all of its previous deliveries. But what we want with all our strength is to enjoy, from this fall, a campaign mode in which John-117 will have to face an enemy who will not make things easier for him in installation 07.
While we haven’t had any initial contact with the IP yet, 343 Industries is working hard to refine the details that were criticized in last year’s demo. This is why I want you to know that the study guarantees that Halo Infinite will not contain a demanding copy protection system.
The fight against cheaters will continue in Halo Infinite
As the interview progressed through its initiated On a monthly basis, Michael VanKuipers said the development team is developing an anti-cheat system that isn’t very demanding when it comes to running the game on PC. Since this eternal struggle to avoid this type of method is currently in constant evolution and it is necessary to invest in a technology capable of coping with it in the years to come.
There are many preventative solutions to these types of problems. We need to make sure our game works well with the wide range of PC users’ hardware specs and fight hard not to add intrusive DRM. Our goal is to make life harder and harder for cheaters, and to do so in a way that doesn’t involve the use of kernel drivers or background services.
We’ve done a lot of work securing the Slipspace engine and developing new ways to protect and change the game to stop cheat development. When people cheat, we focus on catching them through their behavior and not through the data we have collected on their machines. Fighting cheaters is an ever-evolving arms race, but we are making the necessary technological investments today to continue the fight for years to come.
Keep in mind that Halo Infinite will be released in late 2021 on Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC. I recommend that you stay tuned for the next few hours on Generation Xbox, for all the news we’ll be releasing on the end of the Seekers Trilogy.