Halo Infinite is an upcoming first-person shooter game, and it is the sixth game of the Halo series. We expect Halo Infinite, developed by 343 Industries, to be released by Xbox Game Studios for Microsoft Windows and Xbox platforms in the fall of 2021. As you know, when the graphics of the game, which was previously announced to be released in 2020, were not liked by Halo fans, the developer company, 343 Industry, delayed the release date of the game for a year. So, what awaits us for Halo Infinite in the autumn of 2021, let’s see in this article.
Halo Infinite Gameplay Trailer
We can see more or less what awaits us about the game when we watch the gameplay trailer released on June 23, 2020. Basically, I saw a larger open-world map (wide-open ring), the grappling hook which allows you to climb, pull enemies or objects like Rico Rodriguez in Just Cause 4, new weapons, new features, and new enemies. You can watch the 8-minute gameplay trailer of the game below.
New Weapons in Halo Infinite
New weapons and new features that we can use with our Master Chief are waiting for us with Halo Infinite. Below you will find new weapons and what you can do with the Grabbing Hook, our Master Chief’s new equipment.
Master Chief’s Equipment:
Grappleshot: This allows you to climb, cross terrain, grapple towards large enemies, and pull weapons and items to yourself.
Drop wall: The drop wall prevents enemy bullets from reaching you while allowing your bullets to pass through. This wall looks like the drop shield from Halo 3.
Ravager: A Banished three-round burst energy weapon that runs on plasma fuel.
Mangler: A Banished pistol with giant kinetic projectiles that fires more slowly than the UNSC pistol but deals more damage.
CQS48 Bulldog: New UNSC riot shotgun that replaces the classic shotgun.
VK78 Commando: This UNSC rifle can go full auto and is good for mid-long range.
Pulse Carbine: A familiar but not quite identical version of the classic Covenant carbine weapon.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer
There will be a free-to-play multiplayer mode on Halo. Although we haven’t seen Halo Infinite Multiplayer in action, we do know some points about Halo Infinite MP.
- The head of 343 Industries, Bonnie Ross, announced in DICE 2017 that there would be a split-screen co-op multiplayer in Halo Infinite.
- The decision to remove split-screen co-op multiplayer from Halo 5: Guardians had a huge reaction from fans of the game. Because it was one of the sign features of the Halo series. For this, 343 Industries confirms that split-screen co-op multiplayer mode returns to Halo with the Halo Infinite.
- According to a tweet from the official Halo account, the game’s multiplayer will run at 120fps and will also be free-to-play.
More About Halo Infinite
You can get more information about the new Halo game on the official website of the game. Also, the developer, 343 Industries, answered questions about the game from Twitter with a video on YouTube. You can watch this 45-minute broadcast below.
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