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Halo Infinite: Watch out what is making fans crazy after the E3 2019 Trailer

Finally, Microsoft at E3 2019 has announced that the game will be an Xbox Project Scarlett launch. It will be there on platform in Holiday 2020. The sixth main entry of the Halo series, Halo Infinite. It is getting developed by 343 Industries for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One also apart from the release-to-be console.

The first person shooter video game will follow on with the story of Master Chief where we can see a second powered game than its predecessor, Halo 5: Guardians. The upcoming halo franchise, the Halo ring will reportedly have more human storytelling than the previous version.

Halo Infinite: Watch out what is making fans crazy after the E3 2019 Trailer

Even After a backlash of split screen’s removal in Halo 5, the developers have again included the feature in the game. They are using the new Slipspace Engine. The makers claimed that all of the scenes of the game’s trailer are operating in the engine only. The studio head of Halo Infinite, Chris Lee once appreciated the engine. He said that it will help the developers to “build the Halo game we’ve always dreamed of.”

The game is a spiritual reboot with some new characters as suggested by the developers. In the latest trailer, we can see that Master Chief, after getting rescued from space asked for the status report. Then after hearing “We lost”, he jumps out of the ship to start his most excellent adventure yet to save humanity.

Halo Infinite: Watch out what is making fans crazy after the E3 2019 Trailer

Chris Lee increased fans’ desperation by elaborating, “This story will mark the beginning of a new chapter and challenge for the Chief. But it will also respect and continue threads that led to this point.” He proceeds with, “If you’ve never played a Halo game before, this will be a great place to jump into the story.”

The trailer revealed much more. Still the lack of Gameplay at E3 2019, even after the new trailer, release date, and platform confirmation, disappointed many. Let’s see what the Holiday 2020 brings for the players desperately waiting for the Halo Infinite.