We don’t yet have a definite Halo Infinite Date of Release, but one of the main mo-cap actors is confident the First Person Shooter game is locked for a spring 2021 release. As far as Bruce Thomas, the mo-cap performer for Master Chief, knows, the sequel will hit shelves in the first quarter of 2021.
Even though we do not have a fixed release date, the gaming community, who are eagerly waiting for Halo Infinite, will be pleased to hear that it will get its breakthrough in spring 2021.
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Speaking to Dan Allen Gaming about Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Thomas was asked about his time as Master Chief. Thomas has played Halo’s stalwart galactic hero from Halo 4 through to now, and at the end, delivers an offhand status update that Halo Infinite performances are done. The game’s heading for an early 2021 release window.
“We have wrapped up Infinite, I believe unless we’re going to try and do some more as the COVID comes to a halt,” Thomas says. “But as far as I know, it’s in the can and ready to go for next spring.” His comments aren’t a full commitment, and he leaves the window open for developer 343 Industries to call him back in. Still, it sounds like everything that was scripted has been performed, meaning there are probably no drastic changes on the drawing board.
Halo Infinite was brought forward during the summer to a mixed reception. A delay was announced in August, and we haven’t had a massive amount of updates since. 343 tries to remedy that, promising to be more descriptive and communicative, though don’t expect anything at this year’s Game Awards.
The game will be available on Steam.