Halo: Infinite is an upcoming first-person shooter from 343 Industries. In its teaser trailer, the developer promised open environments and a renewed focus on the Master Chief.
Halo has always had a significant esports presence, and Halo Infinite won't be any different. Speaking at Variety's Entertainment and Technology Summit earlier this month, Elizabeth Van Wyck, the head of esports for Halo at Microsoft, emphasized how esports is a fundamental element of Halo Infinite's multiplayer.
Hopefully the esports integration will be even more extensive than Halo 5: Guardians. Halo 5 already has a spectator mode and other features which help in commentating. It'll be interesting to see what changes Halo Infinite brings to the table.
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I don't see an issue with this. As long as I can enjoy a good game of Big Team Battle or Team Death match, I'll be fine. Halo esports is pretty interesting to watch. I want a game that is true to the halo nature (in terms of the mp) and something that is enjoyable and fresh in the long run.
Exactly. Halo 5 has the best multiplayer in the series.
I enjoy watching and following competitive Halo, but I would also enjoy a solid Firefight mode too. Don't forget about us casual gamers
Pshhh casuals... Git gud m8.
Of course it will, because money.
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