Halo Infinite: December 8 release date confirmed – cashier’s report

Update | no surprise, infinite aura It will debut on December 8, 2021. At the invitation of Geoff Keighley, creative director Joseph Staten took the opportunity to lift the veil on the Xbox Series X and Elite Series 2 console in the game’s colors to celebrate 20 years of the Frenchman. Purchase of the console, which will be commercially available on November 15 for $550, guarantees that a copy of the game can be downloaded from December 8. The Elite Series 2 console will also be available on November 15 and will cost at least $200.

absent from the Xbox show on Tuesday, infinite aura So he wasn’t on that gamescom and was waiting for the time of the main event, tonight’s Opening Night Live Conference, to give some news. That release date is already expected to be confirmed during the event hosted by Geoff Keighley, according to information from The Verge.

We recall that infinite aura It will come out with a campaign that can be played in single player but not in co-op mode. Part of Microsoft’s post-launch roadmap, cooperative play is expected to be available three months after the game’s release, while Forge Mode will wait six months for integration.

The specificity of this highly anticipated episode on Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC, the entire multiplayer portion will be available for free to play, thus no purchase of the game or even an Xbox Game Pass subscription will be required.

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