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New Halo Infinite screenshots show off enemies and Craig

343 Industries has shared a new set of screenshots, showcasing some of the enemies that players will fight in Halo Infinite. Additionally, the team shared a screenshot, showing off the new looks of the “meme-orable” Craig.

There is no doubt that Halo Infinite looks better than its 2020 version. Now I don’t expect its art direction to change but as we can see, the game will at least look good. And yeah, we’ll all miss Craig and all those memes that were created for him.

As we’ve already reported, Halo Infinite will support all the PC-specific features players have come to expect. PC gamers can expect support for ultrawide/super ultrawide monitors, FOV adjustments, and framerate customization. Moreover, it will come with advanced graphics settings, weapon offset control, triple key-binds and PC LAN support. It’s also worth noting that 343 Industries will add Ray Tracing effects via a post-launch update.

The game is coming to PC on December 8th. You can also find a video comparison between the 2020 and 2021 versions here.


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