Following a surprise E3 2018 reveal in June, details are scarce on Microsoft's next major entry in the Halo franchise. Halo Infinite is the latest scheduled tale for the first-person shooter, focusing on the Master Chief, after the events of 2015's Halo 5: Guardians. Although we only have a brief two-minute teaser right now, more is expected for the year ahead.
343 Industries, the latest studio assigned to the Halo series, has now shared a behind-the-scenes look into the making of its E3 2018 trailer. Aired via its 343 Social Stream series on Mixer, the video dives into assembling the showcase, from early concept art to the big screen. While little new footage, its layer-by-layer comparisons provide a welcome glimpse into the creation process. Check out a re-upload of the video below.
For a deeper dive into the Halo Infinite E3 2018 trailer, don't miss our full analysis, spanning the Flood's return, Halo Zeta, and a new AI. While Microsoft remains quiet, it's shaped on promising foundations, shrouded in mystery since reveal.
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In 2017, Spencer once said they won't talk or reveal of games that are not ready in 2-3 years.
So by that logic this should be released before E3 2020.
But that will be true if Spencer was honest in 2017.
It's pretty crazy to me that it will be 4-5 years between halo 5 and 4. That hasn't happened in a LONG time. That's a huge break.
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