The sixth episode of the Master Chief saga, promises to answer all of our questions that have been raised throughout these three video games that 343 Industries has launched over the past decade.
Due to the reviews that the Halo Infinite gameplay shown at the Xbox Game Showcase has received, the studio headed by Bonnie Ross has decided to make the difficult decision to delay the game until 2021. With the aim of improving the aspects that do not were not expected. a product of the new generation of consoles and with that it has been confirmed that Craig, the bully who has been the subject of many very colorful memes on the internet, will be very different from what we saw in July.
Craig will be completely remodeled
Thanks to Publish published a few days ago in Halo Waypoint, we can find out thanks to the statement made by the main concept artist and artistic director of 343 Industries, Nicolas Bouvier, confirmed that one of the visual aspects that are currently improving is that NPCs and therefore Craig will look unrecognizable on the day the title is launched.
NPC’s facial animation wasn’t fully implemented in this version of the gameplay, which resulted in Craig’s incredibly lifeless aesthetic. There has been extensive work on material fidelity and more variety for bullies faces, we are also working on adding hair and beards which we didn’t have in July. So even though we have come to love him, our dear old Craig will have a significant transformation.
Halo Infinite is slated to launch in fall 2021 for the Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC platforms. If you want to know more about this title, you will surely be interested to know that Joseph Staten has already completed campaign mode.