Halo Infinite development is being aided by support studio Sperasoft

Halo Infinite
Halo Infinite (Image credit: Xbox Game Studios)

What you need to know

  • Developer Sperasoft officially revealed that it is assisting 343 Industries with the development of Halo Infinite.
  • Sperasoft operates four studios with over 600 developers, focusing on support work for other teams.
  • Skybox Labs is also providing support work.
  • Halo Infinite is currently scheduled to release in Holiday 2020.

Halo Infinite is incoming and as big as this project is, more and more developers are being recognized for their roles. On August 4, support studio Sperasoft announced that it is assisting with the development of Halo Infinite.

"It's an honor to contribute to the most famous FPS series in the world and to support the next generation of the Halo franchise," said Denis Larkin, Chief Commercial Officer at Sperasoft. "Our development teams are thrilled with our 343 Industries collaboration on the anticipated upcoming release: Halo Infinite."

While Sperasoft is only now putting out an official press release, the studio has been involved with the development of the game since at least 2019. Sperasoft operates four studios in the USA, Poland, and Russia, with over 600 developers. The company has previously provided support work for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Ubisoft, Sony Interactive Entertainment and others.

Sperasoft isn't the only external developer providing support, as Skybox Labs announced back in 2018 that it was aiding in the development of the game.

Halo Infinite is currently scheduled to be released at some point in Holiday 2020. It'll be available on Xbox Series X, PC and Xbox One. The multiplayer will be free-to-play and runs at 120FPS on Xbox Series X. You can check out a recently released piece from the soundtrack right here.

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