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Microsoft has set a Fall 2021 release window for ‘Halo:Infinite’.

The news comes in the wake of the disastrous game campaign demo back in July which showed off gameplay for the first time.

Game’s art director Neill Harrison says: “The primary goal for the Campaign demo in July was showing Halo Infinite gameplay for the first time. While that aspect generally landed as we wanted, the reality is that the art and visuals weren’t at the bar we hold for Halo – even in a work-in-progress state. We are working tirelessly to deliver the best possible Halo experience to you all.”

The game was originally supposed to launch alongside the Xbox Series X / S in November, but it was delayed to 2021 back in August due to challenges brought by the covid-19 pandemic.

For more details on this, head over to 343 Induries Blog.

 

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