Halo Infinite :

2020’s gonna be the most exciting year, especially for the gamers as ‘Halo Infinite’ the 6th installment of the most exciting game ‘Halo’ franchise which has made a staggering $5 billion is coming out, Halo Infinite is all gearing up to give you a whole new level of the Halo-experience which is set to roll out on the “holiday 2020” that means around late-October, November or December.

Who developed Halo Infinite…?

As the tradition continues, the latest installment of the Halo series is extremely well-developed than ever before by 343 Industries and SkyBox Labs using the new ‘Slipspace engine’ created by 343I for the best Halo-gaming experience.

According to the Halowaypoint reports, Halo 6 is developed for the entire Xbox gaming devices, including Windows PC and Project Scarlett.

Who’s gonna be the pulse of Halo Infinite…?

Perhaps this isn’t the hardest question…

The hunky Spartan John-117 aka Master Chief is back as the protagonist standing in the way of those who are trying to end the human race.

You will be seeing Master Chief in ‘Mark VI’ an upgraded suit of armor especially the helmet that might relate its look back to Halo 2 and Halo 3.

And unlike Halo Guardians where players’ time was split between Master Chief and Spartan Locke, Halo 6 will mainly focus on Master Chief’s storyline and feature split-screen again which is the biggest turn on for most gamers.

The E3 2018 trailer showed us that the storyline will be ‘much more human’ compared to its previous part.

According to the Eurogamer report, Microsoft had announced that the E3 2018 trailer provided a glimpse into the Halo series’ future that leads the story into new and unexpected directions.

Who’s the antagonist of Halo Infinite…?

Well, this is gonna be the twist of the entire Halo series. As the Halo 5 ended with Cortana along with the Guardian slip into the dark abyss and the UNSC warriors along with Master Chief meet Dr. Halsey in the cut scene has definitely skyrocketed the suspense of the upcoming series.

But the E3 2019’s ‘Discover Hope’ trailer did give us a hint about who’s gonna be the ultimate antagonist of Halo Infinite. I’m not gonna spoil it, find out who it is if you can in the trailer.

Well, I guess you did find out who it is. And if you have found it 1st in the trailer, don’t forget to mention it in the comment section.

Cortana is back… That’s right, she is back and as the ultimate antagonist of Halo: Infinite, very few people were able to break it down from the trailer.

The red-colored data that display on the helmet screen when Master Chief’s suit gets activated is actually a hidden message. It’s an audio clip of Cortana saying “This… this is part of me. I don’t know why. I don’t know how, but it is me.”

Listen to what she said… 

343 Industries talked about a new “reclaimer trilogy” beginning from Halo 4 and Halo Infinite will most probably is in its track.

E3 2019 trailer isn’t actually the game…

The ‘Discover Hope’ trailer isn’t actually the game as it was confirmed by the 343I studio head Chris Lee by stating that it was just a mere tech demo for the cutting-edge performance of ‘Shipspace’ engine.

He also added that the dedication and work of his team have created one of the best games ever.


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Will the ‘Halo Infinite’ have multi-players…?

It is confirmed that Halo 6 will have multiplayer mode along with the single-player. But the specifications remain limited. It will have a standard 4-player mode, split-screen multiplayer (most probably on Xbox) and spartan customization depending on Halo Reach. But it won’t be having the battle royale mode.

Is Forge mode back in Halo Infinite…

Have no doubt… Forge mode is awaiting in Halo Infinite, 343I partner SkyBox Labs has developed and upgraded the ‘Forge’ mode like they did the best with Halo 5’s PC map.

Forge mode has a massive enhancement in its capacities. Frank O’ Connor said that the user can probably make their own battle royale mode.

Will Halo 6 have microtransactions…?

Yes, the 6th installment will have microtransactions to provide the desired up-gradation during the journey. But it won’t be having any loot boxes, confirmed by Chris Lee.

It is said that the Halo 6 developer team is trying to make the story sync with the users’ decisions during gaming and the game may have even more RPG elements than its previous versions of the franchise.

The game will be released alongside a new Xbox one-compatible consoles known as Xbox series X. So, get ready for a double dose of funfilled excitement.

In an interview, the head of 343Industries, Bonnie Ross said that it will be a ‘spiritual reboot’ for the Halo franchise.

Halo Infinite is all geared up to burn the screens…


Chetan Raj

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2 Comments

Raj · January 29, 2020 at 21:25

It’s Cortana…

Shashi · February 4, 2020 at 20:50

Halo 5 was a clear hint about Cortana…

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