Halo Infinite: The campaign is finally showing itself in video, discover the changes


Halo Infinite single player mode has now been missing for 459 days. Four hundred and fifty nine days. Can you imagine what 343 Industries has been able to do during this time? U.S. too.

It’s a drumbeat that we can pick up from our good old Earth: today at 3 p.m. sharp, Microsoft will unveil for the first time since summer 2020 (!) Gameplay from the Halo Infinite single player campaign . It is an understatement to say the wait is as great as it is legitimate: the title, supposed to bring the launch of the Xbox Series consoles last November, had been widely talked about, and not frankly for good. Only a few days after the famous presentation, the manufacturer had sent to the front all he counts of oils and officials to try to put out the fire, before finally closing the lid, hoping for better days.

Halo Beta Jones

Since then, the life of Halo Infinite will have been mainly punctuated by the various beta phases devoted to multiplayer mode, which will fortunately have made it possible to raise the bar in terms of communication. But after the troubled presentation of the summer of 2020, it is an understatement to say that the pressure is now heavy on the shoulders of the studio 343 Industries, which has just sent out the invitations:

The outcast defeated UNSC forces and took control of the mysterious Zeta Halo, threatening the survival of humanity. As all hope is lost and the fate of humanity hangs in the balance, the Master Chief returns to face the most ruthless foe ever. Here’s a fresh take on the Halo Infinite campaign, which will show players what it is like to be true Spartan freedom in the largest, most open, and adventurous Halo experience yet.

To find out whether or not Craig the Brute displays a radiant face and foolproof finesse, you will have to come back here at 3 p.m., or go directly to YouTube channel of the Xbox branch, hoping that these long months of work finally pay off. It is that they must be rinsed, on the side of Redmont …

Halo Infinite is due out on December 8 next on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series.