Halo Infinite is finally launching in the fall 2021
The much-awaited Halo Infinite will officially be launching in the fall of 2021. The announcement about the game was made by developers 343 Industries via a blog post.
Halo Infinite was initially supposed to launch alongside the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S in November this year, but was delayed to 2021 August party because of the “challenges created by Covid-19 pandemic”.
However, since Microsoft has not specified which month it is launching, the fall 2021 window pretty much means that Halo Infinite is delayed by almost an entire year from its original release date.
Microsoft demoed Halo Infinite during the Xbox Series X games showcase in July this year and received some criticism about the visuals and graphics shown during the demo.
Halo Infinite developers 343 Industries wrote in their blog that they are working hard to create the “best-looking” Halo game ever and are spending time delving into graphics specifically.
According to Joseph Staten, the creative director, it is possible to play through the entire campaign on Halo Infinite already, but there is work left to be done to polish things, fix bugs and also work on the multiplayer feature.