Halo Infinite is launching its second season today named “Lone Wolves," and players can try two new maps and two new game modes.
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It’s been a long time coming, but Halo Infinite Season 2 will debut May 3rd with new content and an all-new Battle Pass that never expires.
The much-anticipated Co-op mode for Halo Infinite’s Campaign won’t be ready for the game’s Season 2, which will kick off on May 3rd. Addressing the game’s critical issues is the team's number one’s priority, which means that the Co-op campaign is now expected to ship “later” during Season 2.
Halo Infinite’s Mid-Season update brings improved cheat detection and other anti-cheat improvements, and there are also many other improvements for sound effects, first-person animations, matchmaking, and more.
Microsoft announced today that Halo Infinite is the biggest launch in the history of the franchise. But there are two caveats.
Since publishing my preview of the Halo Infinite campaign, I’ve played a bit deeper into the game, so here are some additional screenshots to enjoy.
After lurching into uncomfortable territory in the two most recent installments of the series, Halo and Master Chief are back, and in fine form.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Xbox, Microsoft is making the Halo Infinite multiplayer beta available to everyone today. For free.
With just six weeks to go before the game is available, Microsoft today released a 6-minute preview of the Halo: Infinite Campaign.
Next month, Microsoft will release Halo Infinite simultaneously on Xbox consoles and PC. And the PC version will have some advantages.
The rumors are true: Microsoft will launch Halo Infinite on December 8 on Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
Despite being delayed for an entire year, Halo Infinite will be missing key functionality when it launches in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Microsoft has partnered with Waze to provide a Halo Infinity-inspired theme for the driving app complete with Warthog and Ghost vehicles.
At its Xbox & Bethesda event today, Microsoft provided an update on Halo Infinite and showed off the multiplayer experience for the first time.
Microsoft today announced that its upcoming game Halo Infinite will support multiplayer cross-play and cross-progression when it’s released later this year.
Microsoft’s 343 Industries has provided an update on the delayed Halo Infinite, describing it as a “spiritual reboot” of the popular video game series.
Halo Infinite will be released in the Fall of 2021 and we also get our first look at multiplayer.
Microsoft has confirmed that Halo Infinite will be delayed and that the series X arrives in November.
Today’s the day that Microsoft shows off its first-party games for Xbox Series X. And you can watch the event here on Thurrott.com if you’re so inclined.
The next instalment to the Halo franchise brings back the Master Cheif, and it will launch along with Microsoft's next Xbox console in 2020.
Microsoft is working on a new Halo game called Infinite but if you are hoping that it will be released anytime soon, you need to lower your expectations.