Halo Infinite Confirmed To Appear At E3 2019
While it’s been a while since the latest addition to the Halo franchise, this year has promised a big future for the series. The live action Showtime television series based on Halo is set to start filming later this year, and Halo Infinite has been promised as a new dramatic leap forward for Halo games. However, very little of Halo Infinite has been shown or detailed so far, leaving many to wonder whether or not the game is even ready enough to be shown at E3 this year. Well, it appears these fears can be relieved, as a Halo Infinite E3 2019 appearance has been confirmed.
Bonnie Ross, Studio Head of Halo developer 343 Industries, recently spoke with IGN as a part of their Unfiltered series. Much about the Halo franchise was discussed, but Halo Infinite was the big topic focus. According to Ross, 343 and Microsoft plan to have a significant presence for Halo Infinite at E3 2019 later this year. She also stated that the game’s director, Chris Lee, is slated to appear at the event and premiere gameplay footage, with a release date per chance as well.
Ross did not go entirely in-depth about what aspects of gameplay, or even if any additional story details, will be explored or unveiled at their presentation this year. Infinite has been promised to provide some big changes, such as the inclusion of RPG elements to the core entries in the series. Hopefully we will see just what changes are in store for Master Chief at E3 this June.
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