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Halo Infinite campaign overview sets the stage for war with the Banished

Halo Infinite campaign overview sets the stage for war with the Banished

As promised, today Microsoft and 343 Studios gave us a look at Halo Infinite's campaign. In this new campaign overview, we get to see many of the locations we'll visit throughout the story. Get ready to use Halo Infinite's new grapple mechanic, because it's on display a lot throughout the overview.

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Halo Infinite PC version, AMD and Razer partnerships detailed

Halo Infinite PC version, AMD and Razer partnerships detailed

Even though most of the Halo series is now on PC, Halo Infinite will mark the first time in series history that a Halo game launches on Xbox and PC at the same time. Today, Microsoft offered an in-depth look at the game's PC version, listing the features it'll support at launch and what it took to get those features up and running. Microsoft also announced new partnerships with AMD, Discord, and Razer for Halo Infinite.

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First Halo Infinite ranked and competitive multiplayer details revealed

First Halo Infinite ranked and competitive multiplayer details revealed

It's a big day for FPS fans. Not only did we get our first details about Battlefield 2042's Hazard Zone mode earlier today, but now the folks at 343 Industries have shared the first details about ranked and competitive multiplayer in Halo Infinite. So far, players have mostly been exposed to the more casual side of Halo Infinite's multiplayer, but today we're learning of some key decisions 343 has made for Halo Infinite's more competitive game modes.

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Halo Infinite’s latest crossover: Rockstar Energy with in-game freebies

Halo Infinite’s latest crossover: Rockstar Energy with in-game freebies

In the lead-up to Halo Infinite's December release, we've already seen several crossovers with other brands and products. Halo has invaded some obscure facets of everyday life, from GPS navigation apps to casual games like Solitaire and Mahjong. Today, Microsoft revealed a new Halo Infinite crossover with Rockstar Energy, which makes a little more sense given the target audience of both the game and the energy drinks.

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Halo Infinite crossovers get even weirder with Solitaire and Mahjong

Halo Infinite crossovers get even weirder with Solitaire and Mahjong

Halo is turning 20 this year and the crossovers are running deep. Microsoft has already launched a few different Halo crossovers for the big anniversary - the weirdest of which being one with Waze in which Halo characters and vehicles take over your daily commute - but now, we're seeing an entirely new one that's bringing the world of Halo to Solitaire and Mahjong.

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Halo fans will love Hoonigan’s real Warthog

Halo fans will love Hoonigan’s real Warthog

One of the most popular games around only Xbox game console for several generations has been Halo. Halo is a science fiction shooter that has players filling the boots of Master Chief. One of the most iconic vehicles in the Halo videogame is called the Warthog, and players can get behind its virtual wheel at points in the game.

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Halo Infinite edition Razer accessories make the experience official

Halo Infinite edition Razer accessories make the experience official

This week the folks at Razer are celebrating the release of Halo Infinite with a collection of new peripherals. These products are similar to their non-Halo iterations, here rolling with Mjolnir Powered Assault Armor aplenty. Each of these products comes with Halo Infinite "bonus in-game content" as well. Appearing today are the Kaira Pro, BlackWidow V3, DeathAdder V2, and a Goliathus for good measure.

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Xbox Game Pass just gave Halo Infinite fans some good news

Xbox Game Pass just gave Halo Infinite fans some good news

Earlier today, Microsoft revealed a new batch of games heading to Xbox Game Pass this month. The slate of upcoming games seems pretty solid, but hidden within today's announcement was something that folks looking forward to Halo Infinite will want to take note of. As it turns out, Halo Infinite is available for pre-load through Xbox Game Pass beginning today, months before the game is slated to release.

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Halo Infinite is shaking up its battle pass and fans aren’t happy

Halo Infinite is shaking up its battle pass and fans aren’t happy

We already know that Halo Infinite multiplayer will be free-to-play when the game arrives this December. Just like Halo: The Master Chief Collection, 343 Industries will offer seasonal battle passes to Halo Infinite players, allowing them to level each one up and unlock new cosmetic items each season. However, today we're learning that Halo Infinite will handle battle pass progression differently than Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

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Halo Infinite custom Xbox Series X and controller revealed

Halo Infinite custom Xbox Series X and controller revealed

Microsoft today dropped a bomb at Gamescom 2021's Opening Night Live event by announcing Halo Infinite's release date, but as it turns out, that wasn't the only major announcement the company had up its sleeve. Microsoft also confirmed that the Xbox Series X will be getting a limited edition makeover to celebrate Halo's 20th anniversary. For those who don't want to spend quite so much but still want to commemorate the occasion, there will also be a limited edition Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller.

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Halo Infinite release date set for December

Halo Infinite release date set for December

Just as the leaks suggested earlier today, Halo Infinite's release date was announced during Gamescom 2021's Opening Night Live event. Earlier this month, 343 Industries committed to Halo Infinite's holiday 2021 release window, and it looks like they'll stick to that promise, as Halo Infinite will be here before we enter the new year.

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Halo Infinite will be missing two big features at launch

Halo Infinite will be missing two big features at launch

Halo Infinite is undoubtedly one of the biggest - if not the biggest - Xbox games of the year, but thus far, it's had a fairly troubled development. Originally slated to be a launch title for the Xbox Series X last year, Microsoft and 343 Industries ultimately delayed the game into 2021, and now Halo Infinite is expected out during the holiday season. Now, 343 Industries has confirmed that Halo Infinite will be launching without two big features that have been important parts of the franchise for years.

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