Closing out Xbox’s 2019 E3 Press Conference was the title that started it all and was a must have for the original Xbox console – Halo.
Master Chief is back and looking like a lime-green tank once again thanks to the new Slipspace engine and 343’s new art direction – combing the old and the new. Halo is back. This entry continues the Chief’s story from Halo 5: Guardians – it’s not a reboot but a “spiritual reboot” to the series in terms of looks, nods to the past, and musical direction (You may have noticed some familiar music in both of Infinite’s E3 trailers bow).
Unfortunately fans will have to wait even longer… every previous entry in the FPS titles for Halo has a 3 year gap between entries. Halo 5: Guardians, the previous entry, released in October 2015. Halo Infinite will be launching Holiday 2020.
The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite – the next chapter of the legendary franchise launching holiday 2020 with Project Scarlett.
Developed by 343 Industries for Xbox One, Windows 10, and Project Scarlett, Halo Infinite continues the Halo 5: Guardians storyline and takes the franchise in ambitious, unexpected directions.
Powered by the all-new Slipspace Engine.
However, this means that for the first time since Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo Infinite will be a console launch title as Xbox is set to release their next entry in the “Xbox One” ecosystem – Project Scarlett.
Halo Infinite has already been announced to run on Xbox One and Windows 10, but Project Scarlett will be the console platform where this title will shine!
The next Halo FPS title has been revealed, Halo Infinite. Halo Infinite is the next entry in the Reclaimer Saga and follows the Master Chief after the events of Halo 5. Coming to Windows 10 and Xbox One.
The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite – the next chapter of the legendary franchise. Developed by 343 Industries and created with our new Slipspace Engine, Halo Infinite was revealed at the Xbox E3 2018 Briefing with a thrilling engine demo that provides a glimpse into the future of the Halo franchise, leading it into new and unexpected directions.
Xbox One and Windows 10 Exclusive.
Here’s breakdown of the Halo Infinite Trailer from E3 2018. Halo 6 has been revealed and it’s called Halo Infinite. The game features a new engine called the Slipspace Engine, a new classic inspired art style, and is set after the events of Halo 5 on what appears to be Installation 07.
Halo Infinite has already confirmed to have split screen support, multiple betas through a flighting program, black undersuits, a more Master Chief focused story campaign, and will release exclusively on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
Halo Infinite does not have a release date yet.
After a notable absence from this year’s Xbox E3 press conference, many fans began speculating when they would get their first glimpse or tease for the next installment of the franchise. 343 Industries has responded to many questions and speculation posts, informing us that Halo 6 won’t be revealed soon, not at Gamescom, not at Pax, but when 343 Industries is ready. Let me explain why that is a good thing!
Small news this E3. Halo Wars 2 will get a 4K update for Xbox One X and Halo 6 will feature LAN support!
Halo 6 will not be at E3 2017. No trailer, no beta this year, and still no Halo 3 Anniversary. However something else will be shown.
In a recent interview Frank O’Connor confirmed that Master Chief will be the focus moving forward, for Halo 6. 343 also apologies for Halo 5’s story and marketing
Halo 6 News! Halo 6 will have Split-Screen and Black Undersuits!
At yesterday’s DICE Summit in Las Vegas, Bonnie Ross took to the stage to talk about world building. During her speech she talked about some of the lessons learned when they took the helm of the Halo franchise.
One of the painful lessons, aside from Halo MCC’s multiplayer and launch woes, was the decision to remove split-screen for Halo 5. Since then the community has been vocal and Bonnie Ross announced that all future Halo FPS titles will have split-screen. Expect Halo 6, or whatever the next FPS title is to be called, to launch around fall 2018. Keep your eyes out this E3 in June as many expect a teaser… or maybe something along the lines of Anniversary like treatment (*cough* Halo 3 *cough*)
To coincide with this announcement, Halo community manager Ske7ch took to Waypoint and reiterated the news Bonnie Ross had said earlier in the day, and he contributed his confirmation that “black undersuits” would be accounted for moving forward.
For those unaware, black undersuits have been in high-demand ever since 343 Industries replaced them with coloured undersuits on our Spartans. Many fans share their distaste and often find it harder to distinguish the many armour variants easily when the under suits match the colour of the armour above. It’s a minor thing, but a wildly hot topic among the passionate Halo fans.