Having made a mockery of the movie for the past few years, Microsoft has finally released the first real-world game trailer you can see below, giving us a better view of the graphics and gameplay opportunities Halo Infinite will offer us.
When does Halo Infinite continue to sell?
Like most games announced on E3, there is no official release date set for Halo Infinite. However, we already know that in line with the official announcement of the Xbox X Series scheduled for the end of the year, the title will be one of the stellar games that will accompany the new stage.
In what layers will Halo infini be found?
As expected, Halo Infinite arrives for Xbox One (and Xbox Two) users in the world of consoles, but you can also play this theme as in the past with your Windows 10 PC. It looks like it will also be compatible with the high-end Xbox Series S, although there are limits to its graphics.
Trailers de Halo Infinite
So far, we have only access to a few Halo infini trailers, starting with the first trailer we were able to announce in E3 of 2018. A lot of time has passed since then.
At E3 2019, we were able to take a closer look at the game, giving us a clear idea of what to expect from Hlo Infinite:
Check out a short tea preview of the radio broadcast just before the game show below.
During the Xbox Games Showcase edition last July, Microsoft provided us with another great site to show you below:
What will Halo infini look like?
As you may know, it was developed by 343 Indians, who have been performing Halo plays since Halo: Combat Evolved Anniviv was published in 2011.
Halo Infinite will keep a record of pre-saga planning after the Halo 5 episodes. As you may have seen in the previous trailer, at the end of the video, it is reported how it is possible to connect a small card to the front of your hat probably containing Cortana.
We also know that the new Halo game is being built with Slipspace’s new graphics engine, which promises a new graphics experience. This engine will allow you to enjoy a more explicit and more in tune with the mechanics of gaming and objects that had the old graphics engine used by the Franchise, were not working.
“When we started this project, the team’s vision for the game was so ambitious, that we knew we had to develop new technologies to meet our Halo Infinite goals.
The demo version of the 2019 E3 version has already highlighted some exciting opportunities for this technology: everything you see works with the new Slipspace engine. Now there is very little left so we can all enjoy this new version before the end of this year.