There are many happy gamers who now cannot wait until this coming holiday season. Why? Well, 343 Industries just confirmed that Halo Infinite will be released before the end of this year, after being delayed out of 2020.
During its 90 minute Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, Microsoft tapped 343 to share some news and gameplay from one of the most anticipated releases. In doing so, they gave us another look at the game’s campaign, as well as a first look at its multiplayer suite. The former included a scene where Master Chief pulls himself through wreckage in zero gravity, using a neat looking grappling hook.
Halo Infinite‘s free-to-play multiplayer suite was also showcased through an impressive gameplay trailer. It’s in montage form, as you’ll see below.
343 Industries has also confirmed that both Halo Infinite‘s campaign and its multiplayer will launch together, and will do so on Game Pass as well.