The wait is over. Halo fans will have a lot to look forward too this Christmas; as the highly anticipated, Halo Infinite is set to be released in December for Multiplayer and Campaign.
During the Gamescom Opening Night Live event, the date of December 8th was confirmed for the game's release, after it previously leaked earlier that same day. Halo Infinite was originally scheduled to be released in 2020, but was delayed for a whole year; suffice to say, as a hardcore Halo fan... we are done waiting! Check out the cinematic intro for Halo Infinite's multiplayer Season one.
We all know that with the release of a new mainline Halo game, comes a limited edition console and controller to go with it! Of course, a Special Edition Xbox Series X console, along with a Special Edition Xbox Elite controller was revealed to be released as well and will be available to players before the game's release, on November 15th.
Don't miss all of the coverage to come, upon the release of Halo Infinite! In the meantime, check out our guides on the highly anticipated game to answer any and all questions; including Does Halo: Infinite Have Crossplay and Is Halo: Infinite Multiplayer Free to Play?