Halo Infinite was criticized for its visuals back when its gameplay was shown off during the Xbox Games Showcase in 2020, but by the time E3 2021 rolled around, 343 Industries made massive improvements to the game's graphics. Here are some direct comparisons between what we saw in 2020 and what the developers showed this year.
The Halo Infinite trailer at Xbox E3 2021 introduced us to The Weapon, a brand new AI that looks and sounds a whole lot like Cortana, yet is noticeably different in a few major ways. Who is this character and where did she come from? Here's some speculation from our Halo lore aficionado.
In a recent multiplayer overview video, the team at 343 Industries broke down what players can expect from Halo Infinite's free-to-play monetization approach. Thankfully, it sounds like Halo Infinite plans to respect your time and money.
343 Industries has revealed that Halo Infinite's multiplayer will feature AI-controlled bots that players can practice against or that can be used to fill in missing slots in Custom Games. Here's what you need to know.
During Microsoft's Xbox E3 2021 show, a beta was announced for Halo Infinite on the franchise's website that players will be able to participate in so that the game can be tested ahead of its full launch. Here's what we know about the beta so far.