The day before the Xbox Games Showcase, the creators of Halo Infinite unveiled the cover of the shooter. Among other things, the Master Chief can be seen in the picture. Also on his armor is the speculated grappling hook that will likely return in Halo Infinite.
343 Industries has unveiled Halo Infinite's box art. This gives fans a look at the cover they will see in stores at the end of the year. However, Microsoft officials have yet to reveal what the packaging with the Xbox Series X lettering will look like. On Thursday at 6 p.m., the Halo Infinite campaign with the first gameplay material will be presented as part of the Xbox Games Showcase.
The picture shows the Master Chief in a field – a destroyed halo can be seen in the background. Many fans have discovered the striking resemblance to the cover of the first part of Halo: Combat Evolved. You can find a tweet below.
A closer look at the Master Chief also reveals that the grappling hook will indeed be part of the equipment in Halo Infinite. A few rumors have recently surfaced. Multiplayer was also the subject of these rumors. Here, dynamic systems should be available for many experiments and changes.
Halo Infinite will be available for Xbox Series X, Xbox One and PC in late 2020. From the first day, the shooter can also be played in the Xbox Game Pass. If you want to be there live at the Xbox Games Showcase tomorrow, you can follow the event from 6 p.m. on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. In addition to Halo Infinite, there could also be a first trailer for the new fable. The transfer will take almost an hour – but there will be no new hardware news here. In the source you can download Halo Infinite's box art in different sizes.
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