Czech the first minutes of the Halo Infinite campaign

We are less than a month from the launch of Halo Infinite. With Fora Horizon 5 Already in the market, Xbox has already begun with the Advertisement campaign for the next Master Chief adventure. In this way, Today a new look at the history of this delivery has been shared.

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As part of the coverage that GameInformer has prepared for Halo Infinite, today two new videos in 4K have been shared that show us a little more about the first mission in the campaign of this game. On this occasion, Master Chief awakens 18 months after the events of Halo 5, and the situation that surrounds it is not perfect.

As they could see, the first moments of Halo Infinite are full of action. Similarly, From this initial mission the game gives us access to the hook, as well as the new weapons that this delivery has for us. This is only the beginning, and it is certain that in the coming weeks we will have more glances to this game.

Halo Infinite | Campaign Gameplay Premiere – 8 Minute Demo

Halo Infinite will arrive at Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC on December 8, 2021. On related topics, here you can see the new short films of this game. Similarly, this is the price you will have the Battle Pass from the multiplayer section.

Editor s note:

Halo Infinite looks great. Far there has been that frightful revelation last year. With each new look at this delivery, it is clear that the delay was the right decision. Although perhaps some expectations do not meet, this could be the best delivery that 343 Industries has been in charge of creating.


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