Halo Infinite is the latest trend talk on the internet and here’s why. Microsoft has just put out its release date and details about the opening pre-orders for a Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X console and Xbox Elite Controller. Along with it came the much-awaited trailer where a free-to-play multiplayer mode could be seen. However, nothing about the Campaign gave rise to much speculations.
Here’s what Staten had to say about it. “For Campaign, that means putting maximum effort into ensuring the wide-open, adventure-filled experience you’ll all get to play on December the 8th is as great as it can possibly be. Gameplay demos and trailers not only take a huge amount of effort to do well, they also take cycles away from bugs and other shutdown tasks.”
Nevertheless, the incredibly themed consoles and a whole new multiplayer cinematic couldn’t make up for the fact that co-op and Forge would be excluded from the game.