The legendary Halo Infinite is coming this year on 16th November 2021. We do not know the exact Halo Infinite release date but the game will arrive around the winter holidays, to match with the launch of the Xbox Series X. At E3 2019, 343 Industries presented the first look at the next episode in the epic Halo saga.
Halo Infinite an upcoming first-person shooter game by 343 Industries, will be launched for Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. The game is intended to be launched as a launch game for Xbox Series X in late 2020. It proceeds the story of the Master Chief as the third chapter of the “Reclaimer Saga”, following Halo 5: Guardians.
Halo Infinite Release Date
The well-known Halo series returns Holiday 2020 on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. When hope is fallen and humanity’s future hangs in the balance, the Master Chief is set to face the most brutal enemy he’s ever confronted. Begin again and walk inside the armor of humanity’s biggest hero to experience a heroic adventure and eventually explore the scale of the Halo ring itself.
Halo Infinite will release in November 2021 around the winter holidays, to match with the launch of the Xbox Series X. However, we do not have an exact Halo Infinite release date yet. Microsoft revealed at their E3 2019 press conference that Halo Infinite would be an Xbox Series X launch title, probably with the PC version of Infinite coming out together. It is possible that Halo Infinite release date might risk delays because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, but neither Microsoft nor 343 Industries have indicated the chance of driving Halo Infinite release date back.
Halo Infinite System Requirements
Here are the Halo Infinite system requirements. These are not officially confirmed but to play the game these system requirements will give you an idea that what minimum hardware you will require.
Minimum System Requirements (Predicted)
- OS: Win 7 64
- System Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Storage: 50 GB Hard drive space
- DirectX 11 Compatible Graphics Card
- Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD FX-8320
- Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 380 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB
Recommended System Requirements (Predicted)
- OS: Win 7 64
- System Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Storage: 50 GB Hard drive space
- Processor: Intel Core i7-6700K 4-Core 4.0GHz / AMD Ryzen R5 1600
- Graphics: AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
Halo Infinite Rumors
A Halo Infinite multiplayer rumored leak points to a battle royale mode that will be arriving in the game. The games multiplayer was recently confirmed to be a freelancer that worked on Halo Infinite designing the UI for the free-to-play multiplayer mode battle pass, aptly named the Spartan Pass.
Now, as shown on the Japanese version of Xbox’s Halo Infinite page, fans are thinking that the game’s multiplayer will highlight a battle royale mode. This can be a result of Japanese-to-English translation which means that it could be a mistake on either end of the translation. However, it could be developer 343 Industries retracting an earlier statement, when it declared that “the only BR we’re interested in is the Battle Rifle.” When translated, the page displays “Battle Royal shooting” as its genre section. Furthermore, the rumor has grown via a Reddit post by JJAB91. However, 343 Industries, Xbox Game Studios, or Microsoft has not given any explanations.
While this error may simply be a misunderstanding, some fans have already made their mind that Halo Infinite will feature a Battle Royale mode. Nevertheless, back in April 2019 in reply to rumors, 343 Industries developer Frank O’Connor said that Halo Infinite would not release with a Battle Royale mode.
Lately, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare launched a standalone Battle Royale mode – Warzone, 5 months later the release of the game. So here, developer O’Connor’s remarks do not significantly deny the chance of a Battle Royale mode for Halo, even if it is after release.
Halo Infinite Gameplay Trailer
Watch Master Chief return when humanity’s fate hangs in the balance to confront the cruelest enemy he has ever faced – the Banished. Enjoy the first look at Halo Infinite campaign gameplay, captured real-time and representative of the experience on Xbox Series X running at high resolution.
Halo Infinite Images
All in all, we do not have a pinpoint Halo Infinite release date but 343 Industries have announced that the game will arrive this Holiday 2020. According to a rumor, leaked by a freelancer that worked on Halo Infinite designing the user interface for the free-to-play multiplayer mode battle pass, the game will have a Battle Royale mode. However, neither 343 Industries, Xbox Game Studios nor Microsoft has provided any information to confirm this rumor. What they have actually provided is an 8-minute gameplay premiere trailer of the game which features the mighty Master Chief.
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