Halo Infinite’s single-player campaign is still a question mark but finally things seem to have reached a turning point
Halo Infinite has taken the community by storm with its impressive multiplayer betas, but there is still a lot of skepticism about the countryside for single player of the game, and for good reason too. Its first appearance in June of last year didn’t exactly break the hearts of historical fans of Microsoft’s FPS series, also contributing to a long postponement for a game originally planned for last year’s Christmas holidays (in order to drive the sales of the then newborn girls Series X e S). Since then, we’ve hardly seen any campaign gameplay. The fact, then, that the latter will not have one cooperative mode at launch it didn’t even help matters. Now, however, Microsoft and the now “cautious” 343 Industries would be ready, finally, to show a taste of the single player mode of the highly anticipated first-party production. Let’s see all the details about it in the next lines of this article.
Halo Infinite: Tom Henderson talks about “possible news” for the campaign coming “soon”
It would appear that 343 Industries and Microsoft will soon be intent on showing some glimpses of the countryside for single player of Halo Infinite, at least according to a rather quoted rumor. The well-known insider Tom Henderson leaked his rumor on Twitter and said Microsoft will make some “big announcements” this week, while a showcase for the countryside single-player di Halo Infinite. Whether announcements and showcases are the same remains to be seen but, in any case, a Halo Infinite single-player showcase is long overdue at this point. After all, the game will be out in less than two months.
Hearing that there are some “big announcements” coming from Xbox this week, but also heard from a separate person that there’s a campaign showcase for #HaloInfinite is “coming soon”. pic.twitter.com/6N2uWQPtNs
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) October 18, 2021
343 Industries has already stressed on multiple occasions that it will show more of the campaign ahead of launch and has avoided doing so until now so that the development team could instead focus on concluding production and on the perfecting the game. The same software house months ago had also announced that it wanted to be less silent about its current flagship project. Halo Infinite will launch for Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC on December 8th.
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