Xbox gamers are dying to get their hands on Halo Infinite for the next-gen consoles. We all know that Master Chief Petty Officer 117, a cyborg commando, has gone into cry sleep in order to complete a mission. But when you ask at the start of this year to name any game that would get delayed, answer most likely to Halo Infinite. This is a game that has had a very long developmental cycle from the start to now.
But then, there was also no other way it could possibly be delayed. After all, Halo players have always expected great amounts of detail and graphics from the game and this one doesn’t disappoint. The scenery is extremely beautiful, as well as the soldiers and vehicles you’ll see in the game. You will definitely feel like you’re part of the action in this multiplayer game. This is where you’ll find your allies and enemies engaging each other in the great battle of Installation.
So, with the recent delays of other big games such as God of War III. Certain analysts and fans have gone on record saying that they are considering this as the possible Game of the Year. This is based on the number of positive votes given to Halo Infinite by various gaming websites. If this prediction comes to fruition then we might be looking at a great sales graph for the upcoming holiday season. With the God of War and July X Box Office failure. It sure would be interesting to see how this new game fares.
Next Game in the Halo Series
Based on this prediction alone, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to have a hunker down the order for Halo Infinite right now. I mean, after all, we only have to go back three years to remember one of the biggest mistakes in video gaming history. That would be the launch of Halo Combat Evolved, or more popularly known as Halo: Combat Evolved.
It was supposed to be the next game in the Halo series, but instead. It turned out to be one of the biggest flops in history. Yes, there were a lot of issues, but the actual game itself had serious problems as well. As soon as I got word that Halo Infinite was actually going to be shown at E3. I started to get very excited. Since the reveal, I’ve been pretty much in the know about everything that’s happening with the Halo franchise.
I’ve learned about Master Chief’s origins, the locations and missions we’ll see throughout the game. The scoring system, and the secrets that weren’t revealed to us at the last minute. In fact, there are several secrets that haven’t even been spoiled just yet. Now that the Halo Infinite gameplay has been revealed, I can say I’m looking forward to the game.
The story seems interesting, the combat is engaging, and the upgrades and customization are fun and interesting. Of course, there’s always going to be more to learn about Halo, and the e3 2020 event will no doubt reveal more of the story. I’m pumped to play Halo: Master Chief Collection on Xbox. There’s no telling what we’re going to discover when Halo gets introduced to the public later on. But it looks like we’re going to have some fun with Halo: Reach and Halo: Combat Evolved.
The Upcoming Release of Halo Infinite
No doubt about it, Halo is the most successful franchise ever developed by Microsoft. I think they owe it to the hardcore Halo fans to reveal everything about Halo: Reach and give us a chance to experience everything that the Xbox has to offer. With a new game coming out on March 3rd. I’m expecting nothing short of the best from Microsoft.
When it comes to Halo games and this game is definitely one for the record books. The gameplay reveal is definitely going to be worth the hype that is surrounding the game. Halo developers are always saying that they want to give us the best game possible and that’s exactly what we can expect from Halo: Reach. Whether you loved the previous games or you weren’t a fan.
I’m sure you’ll be excited for the upcoming release of Halo Infinite and its Halo Warthog multiplayer map. I know I’ll be at any chance to play the new Halo because I’ve already paid for the Season Pass and I’m expecting lots of great stuff. If I didn’t already own the game, I’d be ordering it right now!