Xbox and 343 Industries have released today the promised trailer for the campaign mode of Halo Infinite, a new installment of the Halo series that will arrive on December 8 to Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PC. A little over a month after its launch, the Master Chief has been seen in-depth with a video in which more details of the plot behind this title have been given and has revealed details of its gameplay.
The story of Halo Infinite will continue right after the events of Halo 5, and, as you can see in the trailer, it will focus on solving a fundamental question: what happened to Cortana? On this occasion, we will be accompanied by The Weapon, new artificial intelligence that, in addition to helping us solve this mystery, will also throw us a cable during the game.
Playable, it seems that Halo Infinite will bet on non-linear action dynamics, letting the player choose how to face the Exiles who have taken control of the mysterious Zeta Halo. According to those responsible, the campaign for this installment is the “largest, widest and most open” we have seen in the Halo saga.
In the trailer, we have been able to see some details of the Master Chief’s customization and skill improvement system and weapons, vehicles, and tools that will help us destroy the old and new enemies that we will find throughout this campaign. During the mission, we will also be able to count on the help of marines, whom we will meet on stage, and they will be able to join us, for example, by getting into our vehicle and using mounted artillery.
In addition to new information about the campaign mode, this trailer for Halo Infinite has demonstrated how the game has evolved since July last year, the last time we saw a trailer for this mode. As you can see in the tweet inserted below these lines, 343 Industries has done a remarkable job of graphic improvement.
Halo Infinite is coming December 8 to Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC, available from day one on Xbox Game Pass. It will do so not only with its campaign mode but also with a free multiplayer for everyone, and by participating in the early access beta has given us perfect vibes.”