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Halo Infinite confirmed for Project Scarlett, PC at E3 2019

Halo Infinite was today shown off at E3 2019 as part of the Microsoft Xbox E3 2019 press conference.

We appear to have been shown a segment from the start of the game, in which a technician starts to ‘calibrate’ the Master Chief. Rather than complying (look here, look here, do you want to invert?) the Chief demands a status report.

Halo Infinite has been confirmed as a launch title for Project Scarlett, the next-gen Xbox launching in holiday 2020, and will also be available on existing platforms Windows PC and Xbox One. As with all first-party releases, it should be part of the Xbox Game Pass program too. For now, it’s unclear if the title will also be available on Xbox One; we’re looking into it.


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