A Taiwanese merchant claimed to have leaked the release date for Halo Infinite, stating that the game would be released on December 8, 2021.
Halo fans have been waiting for the next edition in the franchise for a long time. In fact, it’s been longer than it’s ever been. Halo 5 was released six years ago, marking the longest gap between Halo games to date. Even if
Halo Infinite had arrived simultaneously with the Xbox Series X|S as intended, it would have established a new record.
Two of Infinite’s modes, multiplayer co-op and Forge, will not be available until 2022, according to 343 Industries. Those anxiously anticipating the game’s release are concerned that the rest of the game may be delayed as a result.
A retail listing in Taiwan, on the other hand, has provided a ray of hope. Infinite is set to arrive on December 8, 2021, according to the listing, which you can see below.
The listing’s creator, Idle Sloth, also pointed out a detail that could indicate that it isn’t totally correct. It still mentions Forge, which will not be included in Infinite until next year, as previously announced.
It’s possible that the listing is a little out of date, given that the Forge delay was only recently revealed. It also doesn’t say whether or not Forge will be accessible at launch; the listing simply mentions it.
343 appears to be doing everything possible to get Infinite out before the end of 2021, even if that means delaying crucial aspects of the game until 2022.
The first technical test for the game has already taken place, and a second with 4v4 and large team battles has been announced.
A number of leaks have also revealed that the majority of the game’s elements look to be in place, albeit not complete or ready to go.
One leak reveals 30 of Infinite’s helmets, while another goes into greater detail on the guns, vehicles, and other features that will be included. It’s probable that Xbox will make an announcement during Gamescom’s Opening Night Live later today.
Xbox lovers will want to tune in tonight, according to Windows Central’s Jez Corden, and host Geoff Keighley seemed to agree.