INFINITE With Surprise Trailer at E3 — Microsoft Reveals HALO


Microsoft has opened strong with its Xbox E3 2018 showcase, with a teaser for Halo Infinite, the next entry in Master Chief's ongoing adventure. Presumably he'll be doing that with an Assault Rifle and a Needler or something. The new style, headed by art director Nicolas Bouvier, will be based on fan feedback and the most iconic parts of the Halo franchise.

No publisher at E3 2018 needs a win more than Microsoft. In a blog post, 343 said that all of the scenes in the Halo Infinite trailer were running in the engine.

Update: Well, they didn't come back, and digging into the details a little further, this was merely an "engine trailer" for the Slipspace Engine.

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Microsoft released the latest iteration of its Xbox, the Xbox One X, this past September. But it's not just Bethesda giving good reasons to jump into this membership.

More exciting still, the next generation of Xbox consoles are already being worked on. While the first game was a visual marvel on its own, Techland seems to be taking a totally new visual direction with Dying Light 2. 343 Studios outright states that the game is still in its early stages and we won't see it out for quite some time. Its sequel, Ori and the Will of the Wisps looks to be no different. The Xbox One's next year-or-so is looking pretty healthy. If we were to simply hazard a guess, we're probably not going to hear about what's next for Xbox until E3 2020.