What you need to know
- The Halo Instagram channel posted a video of the creation of some Halo Infinite sound effects.
- Xbox consoles are being used to generate some of them.
- The sounds seem like they would be perfect for the Promethean enemies.
A few days ago, a video emerged on YouTube where an original Xbox and Xbox One were being used to create sound effects for Halo Infinite. While there was no way to verify whether the video was authentic, the official Halo Instagram channel posted the same video. 343 Industries really is using the two consoles to generate select sound effects for the upcoming game. You can take a look at the video below. Maybe these sound effects will be used for the Promethean enemies.
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🛸👽🔊 Our Audio Team found these specialized @lomlabel microphones in Area 51 and used them to pick up the electromagnetic fields emitting from Xbox consoles. By applying some light processing in the #Kyma sound design environment by Symbolic Sound, they were able to create some interesting sci-fi textures. #halo #HaloInfinite #xbox #343industries #sounddesign #sounddesignsaturday #fieldrecording #kymasounddesign
There are rumors floating around that Halo Infinite is an open-world experience where you can explore a Halo ring. However, not much is known about the game and we should know more by E3 2020. Since it's a Microsoft Exclusive, the game will be part of Xbox Game Pass on day one.
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