The Halo Infinite video game will be released in 2021 and a release date will be announced in three or four weeks, according to Xbox CEO Phil Spencer, who stated that the game could be released over the Christmas holidays.
Spencer emphasized on “talk show” Dropped Frames that “rather than pick a date and have to put it off” later, they’d rather wait until there’s a final release date.
However, Spencer stressed, “The team is very committed to Christmas as a potential launch date, but hopefully it will be set in three or four weeks.
Xbox Series X title launch planned | S, PC and Xbox One originally for 2020, but the Covid-19 pandemic delayed plans until 2021, although the game’s creative director, Joseph Staten, indicated at the end of the year that Halo Infinite would be available in fall 2021.
Xbox will showcase the multiplayer mode for the upcoming game Halo at the Xbox & Bethesda Game Show at E3 2021 on June 13, with classic modes like Catch the Flag and new hook options. In addition, Halo Infinite will consist of gameplay and cross-advance multiplayer mode between Xbox game consoles and the PC version.
Information taken from www.excelsior.com.mx
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