Halo Infinite is all set to become an Xbox Series-X launch game, but any gameplay footage is yet to come out from the company. When it was announced that Xbox would show the first-party titles for Halo Infinity in the latest Xbox 20/20 presentation this year in July, the gamers assumed that this game would be an addition. It has finally been officially confirmed.
In the latest updates given to the media, the developer of the game, 343 Industries, stated that the games would get to see more of the game in the upcoming stream. The developers added that gamers were already discussing the arrival, and the company is really excited to confirm the suspicion of the gamers. Halo Infinite is, indeed, going to be one of the first-party titles that will be there in the Xbox 20/20 event to happen in July.
It is important to mention in this regard that the developers have not indicate that actual gameplay footage would be seen in the event. However, at this point, it seems like there is a high possibility for that, even though the first event of Xbox 20/20 lacked the spark that was promised at the beginning.
Furthermore, there is no particular date mentioned for the July presentation, even though the first one was organized on the 7th of May this year, and it had a nice mix of port announcements and the latest game unveiling.
Halo Infinite will also be featured in Xbox One and the PC during this year. Gamers are hopeful that the recent claim made by Greenberg about the 343 Industries cooking up a storm proves to be accurate. The gaming world is waiting for good news.