Thursday, 16 August, 2018

Microsoft announces Halo Infinite at E3 2018

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Cecil Davis | 11 June, 2018, 09:37

Spencer also confirmed that the company is working on new iterations of the Xbox console but this shouldn't come as a big surprise. Sony recently suggested that it won't reveal the new PlayStation until 2021, and that kind of timeline makes sense for Microsoft as well.

Microsoft kicked off their E3 2018 press conference by showing off a teaser trailer for the latest entry into the Halo series, Halo Infinite. It was a far cry from the PR babbling of recent years, that's for sure. The title will look even better on Xbox One X.

It was nice to see something new from the Halo franchise, as it is definitely Microsoft's top franchise. No exact details on any of them, but it's good to see them treating their biggest properties with forward thinking. We Happy Few officially launches August 10th for Xbox One and Windows 10. While the new trailer we got the chance to see looks attractive, there's no doubt Xbox One X owners should be excited to see the game running in 4K.

Ubisoft revealed that Division 2 would arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC, but it was Microsoft that got to show it off properly. The Xbox One hasn't exactly been doing so hot, with it lacking the exclusives and exciting upcoming games to stand out beside the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. It also seems like there will be more combat involved this time around.

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It's nearly guaranteed that we'll see more of Crackdown 3 at this event.

To combat the long wait for the game, 343 will perform some "flighting programs" where players will be able to play the game with the developers and give direct feedback during the development.

Interestingly, Spencer also detailed that Microsoft's cloud engineers are building a game streaming network to unlock console-quality gaming on any device.