Industries Reveals New Halo Infinite Details

Industries Reveals New Halo Infinite Details

The first of the big three press conferences has wrapped up and while we are all decompressing and unpackaging what we saw, there was one theme throughout the show that stuck out.

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Also of note was Microsoft's pledge to make games ready to play far quicker with Fast Start, which actually seems to align with the console's initial plans for nearly immediate play.

"We will join Master Chief on his greatest adventure yet to save humanity", said Xbox chief Phil Spencer following the trailer. The brand new studio is called The Initiative and is being led by Darrell Gallagher, who previously headed up Crystal Dynamics.

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But this wasn't Microsoft's only big news. While a bunch of exciting games were announced during the conference, it's clear that Microsoft is preparing for a brighter future beyond the Xbox One.

You'll race around in a shared open world with other players. So if Microsoft start putting out quality games, people will inevitably play them.

There are a few more details on the blog of developer 343 Studios that give you some very brief ideas of what exactly Halo Infinite is.

The trailer description on Youtube confirms what we heard from Microsoft a year ago: the next Halo is coming to Windows 10 as well as the Xbox.

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