Master Chief Stands Tall on the Breathtaking Cover Art for 343 Industries' HALO INFINITE
After months of waiting, 343 Industries' all-new sequel to 2015's Halo 5: Guardians will finally step into the spotlight tomorrow, during the long-awaited Xbox Games Showcase digital show that will start at 9AM PT.
To make the wait less painful, Microsoft has released the official Halo Infinite cover art that features the one and only Master Chief facing an unknown threat (although the reflection in his helmet visor suggests it's Atriox of The Banished). The newly revealed art also basically confirms that the main hero's all-new toy — the grappling hook attached to his forearm — will play a pivotal role in enhancing the gameplay experience.
Fans of the series have probably already noticed a good handful of similarities between the Halo Infinite art and the classic Halo: Combat Evolved cover, which indicates that the franchise is getting back to the basics.
It's worth remembering that Halo Infinite is a cross-gen title, headed not only to Xbox One, but also PC and Xbox Series X. As a reminder, Microsoft is not planning to release any major next-gen games anytime soon.
Without further ado, take a look at the truly spectacular key art for 343 Industries' Halo Infinite down below:
The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite – the next chapter of the legendary franchise beginning holiday 2020! Developed by 343 Industries for the entire Xbox family of devices, including Project Scarlett and Windows PCs, Halo Infinite continues the Halo 5: Guardians storyline and takes the franchise in ambitious and unexpected directions, powered by the all-new Slipspace Engine.
Halo Infinite is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC this holiday season.
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