Halo Infinite gets a release date, as well as a limited-edition Xbox Series X console
Microsoft revealed major Halo Infinite updates during the Gamescom 2021 opening.
As previously announced, the game from 343 Industries will be released on December 8th, but this is not the only new information about Halo Infinite and the series’ 20th anniversary.
The company released the trailer for the first season of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer game, revealing what the story’s premise would be throughout the whole first season of challenges and content.
Also, check the limited-edition also shown at the presentation.
Today, during the gamescom Opening Night Live, Xbox and 343 Industries revealed two limited-edition hardware pieces: the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition Pack and the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2, which will be released on November 15, 2021, to commemorate Halo’s 20th anniversary. These two devices will join new gear from Seagate and Razer to help Xbox celebrate the 20th anniversary of this iconic franchise and prepare for the release of Halo Infinite on December 8, 2021.
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Halo and the release of Halo Infinite with this custom-made and exclusive Xbox Series X version. The design was inspired by Halo’s expansive universe. The console is made of silver-colored metal plates accented with iridescent gold. On the console , there is a personalized star pattern, as seen on the Zeta Halo’s surface, which extends all the way to the top of the console and the fan. Below the stars, the upper opening is highlighted with an azure in the Cortana color. Finally, the console turns on and off with custom sounds, inspired of course on Halo. The control, which is included in the package, has a matching design on the front, a 20-year-old franchise logo on the back, and texturized side and back surfaces to accommodate all game styles.
A digital copy of the game is included in this package. Halo Infinite supports up to 4K and 60fps on Xbox Series X|S, while Arena Multiplayer supports up to 120fps, advanced spatial 3D sound, and much more. And, with new features like Quick Resume, Auto HDR, and framerate boosting, the Halo game catalog will be even better in the next generation.