As the open-world shooter's campaign release date gets closer, you might want to know when Halo Infinite unlocks in your time zone so you can plan accordingly. It's been a long time coming—the launch was initially planned for the end of 2020, but was delayed to allow the developers more time "to deliver a Halo game experience that meets [343's] vision".
Platform: Windows 10, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One X/S. Price: $60 (included in paid Xbox Game Pass subscriptions) Links: Amazon | | Xbox.com | Steam | Official website. Halo Infinite is the best campaign-driven entry since 343 Industries took over the series in 2011. It is also the messiest Halo game yet.
Halo Infinite’s campaign launches at the same time, worldwide on Dec. 8. For folks in London, that’ll be 6 p.m GMT. New York, it’s 1 p.m. EST. Mexico City gets it at noon, and San Francisco at 10 a.m PST. 343 Industries’ community director tweeted this map...
What is it? Halo, but with an open world. Reviewed on RTX 2070 SUPER, Ryzen 5 3600, 16GB RAM. Multiplayer? Infinite's free-to-play multiplayer came out last month. Does an open world work for Halo? Since its announcement, that question is one that's been constantly asked of Halo Infinite. Six years after the sour note of Halo 5, 343 Industries has dusted off the Master Chief's armour for a throwback to Bungie's original, pointedly nostalgic for a time when Halo was just a big green man, his blue holographic girlfriend and a wide open ring full of possibilities to explore.
The official Halo Infinite release date is just days away but the reaction to the early release of the multiplayer side – and the backlash to certain decisions, such as the lack of Slayer playlists, has reportedly “spiraled out of control” to the point where the whole Halo Reddit page has been locked.
The Halo franchise is home to many of the best Xbox shooters ever made, and Halo Infinite is expected to be no exception. Between its expansive free-to-play multiplayer and its innovative open world-style take on Halo's typical story campaigns, Halo Infinite looks like it's going to be incredible. As we...
Halo Infinite’s long-awaited campaign is almost here. Coming six years after Halo 5: Guardians and nearly a month after its mostly well-received multiplayer mode, Halo Infinite’s experimental campaign has a lot to live up to. Early reviews are incredibly positive, so we aren’t surprised if you’re eager to see if the campaign lives up to the hype. Thankfully, Halo fans won’t have to wait much longer for Halo Infinite’s campaign.
While we’ve had Halo Infinite’s multiplayer to keep us busy for close to one month, it will soon be time to play the campaign. While we know that the Halo Infinite release date is December 8, some of those who have taken the day off will likely wonder what the Halo Infinite campaign unlock time is. Thankfully, 343 Industries has provided the answer.
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer component launches today in a surprise release from developer 343 Industries and Xbox Game Studios. The developer announced Monday that the game’s competitive multiplayer suite is playable now, for free, on Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. Halo Infinite’s early multiplayer release is being described...
Fans are holding out hope that Halo Infinite will come to the PS4 or Switch. If this came to fruition, the release date would, of course, be after the game launches on PC and Xbox, but is there any chance of that happening? We’ll take a look at what the chances are for Halo Infinite to release on a PlayStation or Nintendo console.
December is usually a quiet month for gaming, barring exceptions like last year's launch of Cyberpunk 2077, and this year it's mostly business as usual. Mostly. Microsoft's launch of Halo Infinite on December 8 is easily its most high-profile release of the year, and after years of development, Master Chief's next adventure is already carrying a ton of expectations on its Mjolnir armor-clad shoulders.
A new Halo Infinite dynamic background is available for free on Xbox Series X/S, just ahead of the game's launch next week. Halo Infinite's multiplayer beta has been out for a few weeks now, but the full game - including the single-player campaign - is launching Wednesday, December 8. And in preparation for the big day itself, Xbox and 343 Industries have released a moving, dynamic Halo Infinite background so you can have a little companion Spartan keeping you going until the release date. Check it out, and be sure to hit play on the clip to see the floating debris and perilously close needler shots darting past Master Chief.
Don’t expect campaign co-op to arrive in Halo Infinite until at least May 2022. This is according to 343 Industries’ head of creative Joseph Staten who told Eurogamer campaign co-op and Forge mode will both release outside of the previous target windows. Campaign co-op was originally slated to release during...
Halo Infinite multiplayer is already a huge success, and that means Spartans are eager to learn more about the game’s first post-launch event. Fracture: Tenrai brings some Samurai-infused flavor to the world of Halo in a way that evokes Destiny’s Iron Banner. Here’s everything we know about the event’s start time, Yoroi armor, and details regarding its event-specific battle pass.
Ahead of Halo Infinite's release in December, Microsoft has announced new statistics about the sci-fi shooter series that speak to its size and scale. More than 81 million Halo games have been sold since the franchise debuted in November 2001. Microsoft did not provide a sales breakdown by game, but the company said 2015's Halo 5: Guardians was the "biggest Halo launch to date." For comparison, Activision has sold more than 400 million Call of Duty games, while the GTA series has passed 355 million sold. The Halo series is exclusive to Xbox platforms and PC, while those franchises are multiplatform.
Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has expressed regret at the early reveal of 343 Industries‘ upcoming Halo Infinite and its initial positioning as a launch title for Xbox Series X|S. The game was initially announced at E3 in 2018, at the time confirmed for Xbox One and PC. The following...
Call of Duty’s new Warzone Pacific map, Caldera has been delayed and will now release on December 8 – the same day that rival shooter Halo Infinite is officially launched. CoD’s social channels confirmed the one-week delay on Friday, stating that Vanguard owners will gain access to Caldera on December 8, followed by a general free-to-play launch the next day, December 9.