With the 20th anniversary of Halo and Xbox happening later this year on November 15th, it’s a surprise to us that Xbox isn’t launching the game then, since they made such a big deal about it earlier in the year.
While Halo Infinite might not be launching on the 20th anniversary of the franchise, Xbox has announced that there will be a special edition Elite Series 2 controller to commemorate the event, which you can ever preorder now. Alongside this, there is also going to be a limited edition Xbox Series X console which looks incredible.
With the game already being no stranger to delays, and campaign co-op already delayed until March at the earliest, it makes us wonder if Halo Infinite’s development has been a bit bumpy, to say the least at 343 Industries.
Halo Infinite will launch on December 8th 2021 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, with the game also being available on Xbox Game Pass on Day One.