Halo Infinite Steam Edition

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The legendary Halo series returns with the most expansive Master Chief story yet.

Campaign: When all hope is lost and humanity’s fate hangs in the balance, the Master Chief is ready to confront the most ruthless foe he’s ever faced. Begin anew and step inside the armor of humanity’s greatest hero to experience an epic adventure and finally explore the scale of the Halo ring itself.

Multiplayer: Halo’s celebrated multiplayer returns! More information coming later this year (requires Xbox Live Gold on console, membership sold separately).

Forge: Halo’s epic content creation tool is back and more powerful than ever. More information coming later this year.

Cross-Generation Gaming: Halo Infinite provides an amazing experience across the Xbox One and newer family of consoles as well as PC. And, on Xbox Series X as well as supported PCs, enjoy enhanced features like up to 4k resolution at 60FPS in campaign and greatly reduced load times creating seamless gameplay that usher in the next generation of gaming.*

*4K Ultra HD on Xbox One X and Xbox Series X and compatible PCs only; compatible TV required.

UPDATE 4.50pm UK: Bungie has attempted to douse reports it has discussed acquisition with Microsoft. Replying on Twitter to internet tipster Nibel, Bungie boss Pete Parsons said it was "false" that Microsoft had been in talks to acquire Bungie multiple times and that each time the talks had fallen through due to Bungie's price. It's a broad-handed denial to a very specific tweet, which summed up information discussed on the GamesBeat podcast. But it also seems to be Bungie's response to this sto...


Millions of Monster Energy drink cans with Halo Infinite double XP codes and cosmetic gun skins are now rolling onto shop shelves - even though you won't be able to use that sweet, sweet loot until some point next year. Halo Infinite was meant to be Microsoft's big Xbox Series X launch title, released in just a couple of months' time. Alas, that is no longer the case. But this delay clearly came too late to stop the Monster Energy train. Cans boasting double XP codes are rolling onto US shop she...


Halo Infinite is a Series X launch title no more. Following a seemingly shaky transition to working from home, developers 343 Industries have cited Covid-19 woes (and the extra time and polish needed following last month’s somewhat shaky showcase) in their decision to postpone Johnny Halo and the war gorillas’ trip to the great big hula-hoop in the sky ’til next year. (more…)


Key Xbox Series X launch title Halo Infinite has been delayed to 2021, Microsoft has announced. In a statement, 343 head Chris Lee said the studio faced a number of "development challenges", including those relating to the coronavirus. "It is not sustainable for the well-being of our team or the overall success of the game to ship it this holiday," Lee said. Read more


Watching the Halo Infinite reveal in the recent Xbox Showcase reminded me about the groundbreaking elements of the original Halo and how it transformed the console FPS genre. That moment of wonder when you escape The Pillar of Autumn in a dropship and set foot onto an alien world, when you look up at the awe-inspiring Halo ring towering above you and marvel, most of all, at the freedom of that open space. Freedom is the true essence of Halo. That means lots of freedom in how you tackle encounter...






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