Halo Infinite is looking to be the biggest project taken up by Microsoft and Xbox as it will launch with their next console titled, Xbox Project Scarlett. Halo Infinite will be launching on both the current generation console and the next generation.
Though the backward compatibility sounds like an amazing feature it might bring up a stark contrast with both the console when distinguished, as of now there haven’t been any leaks about how the Xbox Project Scarlett will work but comments made by developers have been in praise.
There is a new graphics engine in a place called SlipSpace Engine which will make the most out of the hardware and should make Xbox One performance come close to that of the Xbox Project Scarlett.
The story continuous with Master Chief and will be sporting a new armor, in addition to this Spearsoft will collaborate with 343 Industries to bring the best out of the game.
Spearsoft boasts a good portfolio as they have collaborated with industry giants like BioWare in the past, Halo Infinite will be released towards the end of 2020 and it will be exciting to see what the future holds for Master Chief and Cortana.
Halo series was exclusive for Xbox but with Halo Infinite, Microsoft is looking forward to having PC gamers as well.