Halo Infinites Campaign Launch Trailer is Here a Week Ahead of Release

Halo Infinite's Campaign Launch Trailer is Here a Week Ahead of Release

Richard Walker

A week tomorrow, the campaign portion of Halo Infinite will be rolling out, giving you the chance to finally continue the fight as Master Chief, more than six years on from the release of Halo 5: Guardians. Naturally, for this one, “all hope is lost and humanity's fate hangs in the balance”. Again.

Of course, Master Chief is up to the challenge, as he steps up to confront “the most ruthless foe he's ever faced”. Donning the iconic Mjolnir armour once more, you'll travel to the farthest reaches of Zeta Halo, battling ‘the Banished’ and rescuing UNSC marines to gain reinforcements, in what promises to be the most open and large-scale Halo campaign to date.

You can check out the new Halo Infinite campaign launch trailer below, as well as the previous live-action trailer here. And, if you've been living under a rock, the game's free-to-play multiplayer is available now, with developer 343 Industries still working to address the slow rate of progression.

Halo Infinite campaign launches for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on 8th December, also available via Xbox Game Pass. If you were hoping to play it with co-op buddies, however, you'll have to wait until the end of Season One: Heroes of Reach in May 2022, at the earliest. The same goes for Forge mode.

  • Looks insane! I can't wait to play the campaign.
  • Too bad next week isn’t May.

    So much for having “extra time” to polish the game. The fuck were they polishing exactly the fact that it’s missing 80% of what makes Halo a great game to play..
  • @burnt They were busy polishing the store and microtransactions, because lord knows that is the one part of a game that will work flawlessly on release
  • So does the campaign start next week? I know there was a thing about a May release but I thought that was for co-op campaign?
  • Hopefully it’s better than the dreadful multiplayer
  • @Qexoe

    Dreadful multiplayer? Hardly. It's absolutely awesome, aside from the monetisation.
  • My verdict is still out on the multiplayer. Don’t love the maps, weapons just feel off, some are just dreadful. Trying to figure out if it’s me sucking or just mechanics I don’t like. Their battle pass definitely needs fixed or I won’t buy another one. Making it focused on challenges influenced how people play the game. Challenges should be a bonus to complete on top of performance…
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