Halo Infinite Campaign Multiple Times Larger than Halo 4 and Halo 5 Combined, and Other Fresh Details

Halo Infinite Campaign Multiple Times Larger than Halo 4 and Halo 5 Combined, and Other Fresh Details

Recently, 343 Industries has unveiled the first gameplay demo for the Halo Infinite shooter. The game will offer open spaces with additional tasks. According to the head of 343 Industries Chris Lee (Chris Lee), the approach of the developers is to take Halo: Combat Evolved, break down the walls and give gamers complete freedom to explore the ring world.

According to the head of 343 Industries, Halo Infinite has the most ambitious campaign ever in the series, and several times larger than Halo 4 and Halo 5: Guardians combined. “We really wanted to capture the moment when players could feel what it was like to be on the Forerunner ring and uncover secrets and new gear or improvements as the game progressed.”– he added.

In the Halo Infinite demo, you could see one of the explorable areas of the ring world. In addition to story content, additional objectives will be available to you. Former IGN podcast host Alanah Pearce spoke to the developers and tried out the shooter herself. According to her, the world of Halo Infinite reminded her of Anthem and Ghost of Tsushima.

In addition, she asked the 343 Industries team if there would be more rings or other planets in the campaign, to which the developers did not answer. It looks like they have something to hide. Pearce also learned that the bearded hero, who was shown in the trailer, will replace the role of Cortana – he is the moral compass of the Master Chief and “The most ordinary guy”

Finally, Alana Pearce revealed that Halo Infinite could have been released earlier, but the game’s release was postponed – someone in the studio told her about this, who wished to remain anonymous. This happened in connection with criticism of Halo 5: Guardians and the revision of many aspects of the upcoming project.

Halo Infinite will launch on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X this fall.

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