What you need to know
- 343 Industries has revealed its first batch of Halo Infinite screenshots.
- These screenshots were revealed shortly after Halo Infinite's gameplay was shown off during the Xbox Series X July event.
- You can view and download the images from the game's Steam page.
Following the gameplay reveal of Halo Infinite's at the Xbox Series X July event, the game's Steam page went live. On it, several sceenshots that show off the next chapter of the Halo saga can be found. Here's a gallery of all of them in one convenient location:
Overall, these screenshots look fantastic and do a phenomenal job of showing off Halo Infinite. If you'd like to view and download the images directly from the source yourself, you can do so by visiting Halo Infinite's Steam page.
Are you excited for Halo Infinite? Let us know. It's expected to launch in Holiday 2020 for the Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PCs.
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What impresses me most is the fact it has this fidelity, and it's open world. And on top of that Halo can have 50 enemies at once. Flying vehicles, ground vehicles, all the foot units. When it all kicks off with all that going on looking this good it's gonna be a true powerhouse. I mean it looks like everything you can see you can traverse to. It's not like a linear story game with a max of 6 to 8 enemies onscreen. It's one of the only ganes that has great big battles in realtime with tons going on. And to think Series X is getting added Ray Tracing which wasn't ready for this demo either. Remarkable.
Did you like the grass or clouds suddenly disappearing and appearing?
Did you see how far the draw distance was though?
Enough with the damage control. Did you see the grass?
I noticed the clouds, and didn't see the grass because the grass is the last thing on my mind, and probably to many others. The thing that I noticed more was no RT. But it was an early PC build so if graphics is very important to you, you may still have luck.
I couldn't care less about pop in, but given what's been said this shouldn't be happening in the retail release otherwise I'll be disappointed. Won't change the gameplay though so it won't stop me from buying the game.
Buying equals "playing", force of habit.
Well, the thing is that this was suppose to be THE game that showcase the power of their new console. It doesn't look good when stuff like that appear, and for the rest of the show you hardly show anything else that pushes the power of the console you've been hyping for years. Reminds me of the XB1X But honestly I don't care. This was mostly a reply to that guy Richard Loveridge. It's weird how he sort of disappeared...
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