Halo Infinite’s debut in the game with little reception last year saw the version move from a late 2020 version to an unspecified date in 2021. It was later reduced to Autumn 2021 (Spring in Australia), but since then there has been a lot of speculation online about its exact release date, especially in light of its absence during the recent multiplayer sideboard at E3 2021.
But you shouldn't be scared, according to Xbox boss Phil Spencer. While Microsoft doesn’t have an exact release date, it’s still a 2021 game.
“We know our range in the 3-4 week period,” Spencer said during an interview with Fallen frames (via IGN). "We do not have the exact day. There are other things with some other playing time that we are trying to look at. We will have more clarity during the summer, but this is not a matter of months, but only a few weeks. "
While the release window is virtually fixed, Spencer says setting a specific date can now lead to a new disappointment: after all, a new Call of Duty will launch this holiday season and Microsoft probably wants to avoid releasing it too close. . “Instead of choosing that date and having to change it for a week, which at the moment would seem bankrupt (we don’t want to do that), we wait until we’re really solid about what the date is,” he said. he said, adding that 343 Industries is "very committed to the holidays."
Although there is no confirmation from Spencer i hand Joseph Staten will put an end to the anxiety, it seems like a pretty sure bet for Halo Infinite to arrive this year. The recent multiplayer show looked promising enough, especially if you’re a fan of old school Halo 3.