But the release of “Halo Infinite”, a blockbuster shooting game starring Master Chief’s protagonist, has been scheduled for release. with the Xbox Series X, which was delayed until 2021.
Chris Lee, studio director of “Halo Infinite”, wrote in a blog post “to make sure the team has enough time to deliver a ‘Halo’ game experience that meets our vision”. Lee cited challenges including Covid-19 and said that “shipping it on this holiday is unsustainable for our team’s health or the overall success of the game.”
; brand is synonymous with the Xbox brand, so the success or failure of “Halo Infinite” may weigh on fans’ reception of the next generation of consoles.
The 8-minute preview of “Halo Infinite” that was shown on July 23 fell below gamers’ expectations for this title, with 31,000 YouTube video dislikes, an unusually high dislike number. , despite having 163,000 likes. Gamers complained that the graphics looked boring and generic. When asked about this by CNN Business on July 23 during a group Q&A session for media, game developers “Halo” skipped the question to answer the others.
Xbox announced on Tuesday that “we have a lot to keep you busy until Chief arrives”, referring to its huge library of games that will be playable on Series X, including “Assassin’s. Creed Valhalla “and” Tetris Effect “with multiplayer mode.