It's hard to imagine a more highly anticipated title than Halo Infinite. This game has been teased for the better part of several years, and yet official news regarding its development and what fans can expect overall from Halo Infinite is few and far between. However, a recent leak might shed some light on a number of features that the game could presumably include.
For many in the gaming community, the excitement for the game is quite high, but the lack of proper updates and announcements regarding Halo Infinite has left some fans feeling rather anxious. Even though 343 Industries is supposed to reveal monthly updates for Halo Infinite starting soon, the small amount of information that has been given about the game has left a lot of fans to speculate on what the game could possibly include. Though, one fan could offer some additional insight.
Over on Twitter, a user by the name of Klobrille, who has been attentively following various Xbox related news sources, has provided an extensive list of features that may be included in the final version of Halo Infinite. Given what the user has included, a lot of what is talked about here, arguably no one could have expected some of these things out of Halo Infinite in 2021.
Klobrille discusses quite a lot of content presumably getting included in the game, most of which focus largely gameplay aspects. One of the most assuring components is that this game "will see the biggest support & commitment to a Halo game yet." If people are to take this at face value, then it means that the developers are truly trying to learn from Halo 5's mistakes. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of all of the information provided.
A lot of elements featured in previous installments will presumably be returning such as scavenging for in-game abilities on multiplayer maps, similar to the legacy system used in Halo 3. In addition, a fan-favorite vehicle will apparently returning, which Klobrille guesses is the Brute Chopper from Halo 3. A lot of progress is also being made on making the visuals look a lot better. Hunters will also be making a return, reportedly, as well as a physics-based equipment item and a new vehicle that possesses a power level that is half way between a Warthog and a Scorpion.
As always, with any sort of leak, all of this information should be taken with a grain of salt. If it wasn't officially announced by Microsoft or 343 Industries then there's no guarantee that it will be in the game. Although, if 343 Industries is providing monthly updates, then it could be a matter of time before all of this is officially announced.
Halo Infinite was something of a controversial game last year. It was announced as a launch title for the Xbox Series X, but as many fans know, it got delayed to 2021. While not confirmed, many speculat that it was in large part due to fans' response to the game's long-awaited reveal. The community wasn't as excited about what they saw as 343 Industries hoped and the studio was facing setbacks due to the ongoing pandemic, so the game got more time in development. Halo hasn't gotten a new entry in its core series since 2015, so many fans are waiting with bated breath. Halo Infinite will be out this year, but not for a while yet.
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