Microsoft has announced that the plan to release Halo Infinite next fall. The game was originally set to be released in November, but was initially delayed until August because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Halo Infinite was previewed in July during an Xbox showcase. However, consumers criticized the demo for its graphics. Since then, 343 Industries has worked to refine the game and develop it further. The company has now promised to deliver “the best-looking Halo game ever.”
Initial reports suggest that developers are able to play through the game in its entirety. At this time, it appears that 343 Industries is working to fix bugs and refine the multiplayer gameplay.
Unfortunately, Microsoft and 343 Industries have not identified a specific release date. As a result, 343 Industries could mean the game’s release is delayed as long as one year from its original release date.