After long months of waiting, Microsoft may well have revealed the release date of Halo Infinite. According to the Microsoft Store lists of some countries, the FPS will arrive on December 8. Some do not hesitate to predict an official announcement from the publisher in the coming days.
The release of Halo Infinite is a thorny subject. On the player side, the wait is long to find the saga that made the great hours of the Xbox in the 2000s. On the Microsoft side, we do not risk giving a precise date for fear of disappointing in case of postponement. The fans were able to get a glimpse of what awaits them at the beta launch, but the vast majority of them are starting to lack patience.
Of course, many rumours went about their forecasts. Most agree that Halo Infinite will be available by the end of the year, without much more details. Recently, a burst of optimism flooded the hearts of players when the Xbox Mexico Twitter account apparently revealed that the launch would be planned for the month of November.
MICROSOFT TO ANNOUNCE HALO INFINITE RELEASE FOR DECEMBER 8
Then, finally, Redmond’s firm itself could have spilled the beans. As the Italian site Aggiornamenti Lumia notes, an update of the Microsoft Store made the game appear with its release date in some countries. Thus, the title would land on the players’ PCs and consoles on December 8. Information confirmed by an internal source who wanted to remain anonymous. In short, it’s starting to smell very good.
Before jumping for joy, it is better to wait for confirmation from Microsoft. Rumor has it, this one might be here any minute. We can indeed expect an official announcement to be made in the coming days, on the sidelines of Gamescom 2021. Remember that if you want to do the co-op campaign, it will take at least 3 months after the launch of the game.