‘Halo Infinite’ campaign launches on 9 December 2021 on the Xbox systems, Xbox Game Pass, and Windows PC. (Image credit: 343 Industries)Xbox has dropped a new launch trailer for Halo Infinite campaign mode, ahead of its release on 9 December 2021. The game debuted its free multiplayer segment mid last month, and has since been receiving positive reception.
Not content with shoving a real-life Chief under our noses, the folks at Xbox have now released a launch trailer that focuses on the game's open world(ish) campaign. It servers to introduce us to some of the threats Chief will be taking on in this new story, including a pretty angry Brute boss that wants your head.It definitely looks like a classic Halo game, with big outdoor areas to run and gun (and drive) through, and plenty of enemies to bloodlessly blow up, from deadly hulking horrors to stumpy little squeeze toys. It sounds like the full Halo experience too, and I don't mean just the overwrought Halo theme booming in the background:
"When all hope is lost and humanity's fate hangs in the balance, the Master Chief is ready to confront the most ruthless foe he's ever faced. Step inside the armor of humanity's greatest hero to experience an epic adventure and explore the vast reaches of Zeta Halo, from stunning heights to mysterious depths below the ring."
It’s very on-brand for Chief, and provides a lot of hope for folks who were afraid that the open world bits of Infinite would sacrifice the core of what the series was about. We get to see tons of running and gunning, lots of explosions, and some vehicle play. The classic Halo tune plays while all this chaos is unfolding. It’s pretty much everything a Halo fan could ask for.
The trailer also introduces a female alien-robot hybrid character, who attacks the Master Chief after saying, “you are not the future.” This could possibly be a fast-paced mini-boss battle. Regarding the number of missions, there are 14, as revealed by the TrueAchievements page for Halo Infinite. The game has been fully optimised for PC, offering advanced graphics settings, ultrawide support, and set key binds to change the dynamic scaling and variable framerates.
There is only one currency that players can use to purchase items in the gameplay, which is called Halo Infinite Credits . You can use this type of currency to purchase almost everything in the game, such as customization items, boosts, and other consumables as well as unique seasonal Battle Passes that never expire. There is only one currency that players can use to purchase items in the gameplay, which is called https://www.5mmo.com/halo-infinite-credits/.