Halo Infinite is an upcoming first-person shooter from 343 Industries. The free-to-play multiplayer beta launched on November 15, 2021, and the campaign is scheduled to hit PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on December 8. The campaign features an open-world environment this time around, with optional objectives and collectibles.
Today, the developer announced that the game has officially gone gold. This means that discs are being printed, but the team will continue to implement bug fixes in the days leading up to launch. However, it’s ready to go.
Halo Infinite takes place months after United Nations Space Command forces have been defeated on a Halo ring. The Banished – the main antagonists from Halo Wars 2 – are back and more powerful than ever. It’s up to you, as the Master Chief, to uncover their plans for the Halo ring and rescue any remaining forces on the installation.
When the Halo Infinite campaign was shown off last year, a lot of gamers were disappointed by the lackluster visuals. The game was delayed by a year and has since seen major improvements based on early previews. The paid campaign will be part of Xbox Game Pass at launch.