Last year’s critically acclaimed game Halo Infinite saw the installment move from a late 2020 release to an unspecified date in 2021. That was later narrowed down to Autumn 2021 (Spring in Australia), but since then there has been a lot of speculation online about its exact release date, especially in light of his absence during the recent period. Multiplayer view at E3 2021.
But you shouldn’t panic, according to Xbox president, Phil Spencer. Although Microsoft does not have an exact release date, it is still a 2021 game.
“We kind of know our group in the 3-4 week range,” Spencer said during an interview. drop frames (Across IGN). “We don’t have the exact day. There are some other things with other timing of the game that we’re trying to look at. We’ll have better clarity during the summer, but it’s not something that takes months, it just goes back a few weeks.”
While the release window is pretty much fixed, Spencer says setting a specific date now could lead to more frustration — the new Call of Duty will release this holiday season after all, and Microsoft probably wants to avoid releasing it too soon. “Instead of picking that date and having to move it for a week, which at this point might look like a failure – we don’t want to do that – let’s wait until we get really tough about the date,” adding that 343 Industries is “very committed to the holiday.”
While there was no amount of confirmation from the likes of Spencer and Joseph Staten Putting an end to delay anxiety, it seems like a sure bet that Halo Infinite is coming this year. The latest multiplayer offering looked promising enough, especially if you’re a fan Halo old school 3.