Microsoft has announced that Halo Infinite will release in Holiday 2021. Moreover, the company released the game’s E3 2021 single-player and multiplayer trailers.
Halo Infinite PC promises to offer a buttery smooth experience on mouse and keyboard. The game will support most ultrawide aspect ratios (21:9, 32:9 and beyond), will have advanced graphics settings, and will offer cross-play and cross-progression.
Additionally, Halo Infinite’s multiplayer experience will be free to everyone. The MP promises to be dynamic, ever-evolving, and will be available alongside its SP mode.
“Whether you’re a returning player ready to check out the Master Chief’s new campaign or brand new to the franchise, Halo Infinite builds on the legacy foundations of the series’ sandbox-driven gameplay, including Big Team Battle and Arena. Offering something that’s equal parts fresh and familiar, with a personalized Spartan journey that’s only just beginning at launch. Halo Infinite’s multiplayer will deliver continuous content releases. These releases will be finely tuned combat, unique modes, and community-driven content for years to come.”
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