Halo fans, it’s your time to shine! An FAQ was uploaded to YouTube, where the Devs of Halo Infinite answered multiple questions that fans had. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
We know that you’re patiently (or not) waiting for Halo Infinite. Don’t worry, we are too. The breadcrumbs that we’ve been given are barely keeping us alive and so 343 Industries was like: nah, let’s not starve them anymore, let’s give them some sweet Halo Infinite tea.
Below, we will give you a rundown of everything important that was covered in the video.
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Will Halo Infinite Have Choices?
Yes, Halo Infinite will have choices and depending on your choices, the world around you will be different and treat you differently. You will be able to explore many paths to reach your objectives, not just one straight quest line with no options.
Halo Infinite World Setting
The most important things to know about the Halo Infinite world are:
- Day and Night cycle that will affect the world (e.g. certain guards sleeping at night)
- Dynamic weather (e.g. Snowstorms, Thunderstorms, etc.)
- No hostile wildlife
Will Halo Infinite Be Open-World?
You do get a lot of freedom in Halo Infinite, but the devs wouldn’t necessarily call it “open-world”, so no. We assume that you do get to explore a lot in Halo Infinite, but don’t expect Skyrim 2.0.
When Is the Halo Infinite Release Date?
Halo Infinite was supposed to come out in December 2020, but due to COVID, it got delayed to late 2021. We expect the Halo Infinite release date to be in the holidays of 2021.
Will Halo Infinite be Multiplayer?
Absolutely. And on a side note: the video above confirmed that you will only be able to select one piece of equipment at a time while in Multiplayer, so choose wisely.
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