Halo Infinite Cinematic Trailer Revealed At E3 2019 (VIDEO)
One of the biggest franchises in video game history is back in a major way. At Microsoft’s presentation during E3 2019, we finally get a look at Halo Infinite. Titles from the Halo franchise are easily one of the most anticipated titles when announced, but this year feels different – it looks to iterate on the Halo formula in ways we have never seen before. Furthermore, Phil Spencer promised another revolution in console gaming when Halo Infinite debuts on the brand new Xbox Scarlet. Check out everything that was revealed in the video below:
Halo Infinite will feature a brand new narrative driven experience. Single-player focused Halo fans can look forward to a more traditional campaign mode featuring a new cast of characters alongside the return of John-117. While we don’t know much about multiplayer yet, but we hope to be jetpacking, shooting the red or blue squads, and attempting more ATV stunts when Halo Infinite arrives as an Xbox Scarlet launch title this Holiday 2020. Here’s a brief synopsis straight from Xbox:
The Master Chief returns in 2020 when Halo Infinite releases globally with Project Scarlett. This next chapter in 343 Industries’ legendary Halo franchise invites players to join the venerable Master Chief on an all-new adventure as he uncovers the mysteries surrounding the appearance of The Pilot and the desolate remains of a Halo ring. Halo Infinite is powered by the studio’s next-generation Slipspace Engine.
With a new Xbox console and a new Halo on the horizon, Microsoft is looking to make cataclysmic changes in gaming once again. Just like they did 18 years ago when the original Xbox and Halo: Combat Evolved released. Halo 5: Guardians was an excellent follow up to Halo 4 and brought about some excellent modern spins on the classic Halo Multiplayer that gamers can’t get enough of. Fans enjoyed the new PvE trappings of the Warzone mode and revisiting classics like Slayer and CTF.
Are you excited for Halo Infinite? Do you think the new features are meaningful enough to compete among the swarm of multiplayer shooters coming out next year, or will it dominate as a launch title for the new Xbox Scarlet? Let us know in the comments below, be sure to follow us on Twitter, and be sure to check out more coverage of E3 2019 from Don’t Feed The Gamers:
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