Halo Infinite concluded Microsoft’s E3 2019 conference appropriately as their biggest game series of all time. Accompanying the announcement of the new generation console Project Scarlett, the trailer showcased devastation and hope for Halo‘s fans.
Halo Infinite was first announced at E3 2018, and is rumoured to feature open-world elements. The brand new trailer delves deeper into the story of the upcoming game. A UNSC engineer encounters Master Chief floating motionless in the midst of the vacuum of space. He helps revive him and shows him the destruction of one of the Halos.
Microsoft also revealed that Halo Infinite will launch side-by-side with the upcoming console Project Scarlett. The game will be running on 343 Industries’ Slipspace Engine. Created specifically for future Halo games, Infinite is without a doubt one to keep an eye on. Don’t worry if you won’t be a super early adopter of the next generation, though – the game will still be launching on Xbox One as well.
What will the future hold for Chief? Will the series return to its classic Halo 2 days or venture forward into another new direction? Keep tuned to our website and social media and we’ll let you know as soon as it’s revealed.