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Halo Infinite[2][3][Note 1] is an upcoming sequel to Halo 5: Guardians and the third part of the Reclaimer Saga. It is being developed by 343 Industries, and will release on both Xbox One and PC platforms.[1] As of September 25, 2015, planning had already begun on the game, and its story was in production, with the writing process having already commenced in some capacity.[4] Halo Infinite will have a story that is "much more human" than Halo 5: Guardians',[5] and will "double down" on Master Chief, giving him more focus than he received in the previous game.[6]

Halo Infinite will likely feature the cooperative play system of Halo 5: Guardians.[5] Furthermore, it will support splitscreen[7] and it will also have a beta prior to its release.[8] Halo Infinite was not present at E3 2017, and at the time, Jeff Easterling stated in a Halo Waypoint blog post that its reveal "won't be soon",[9] implying a longer than usual development cycle for a main Halo game.

Halo Infinite is built on an entirely new engine, titled the Slipspace Engine.[10]

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  1. Despite Halo Infinite having the same naming format as previous Halo games in the logo, the written name does not have a colon contrary to past games such as "Halo: Combat Evolved" or "Halo: Reach".

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ResetEra - Phil Spencer Hints at Classic Halo Coming to PC ("We have stated a number of times that our future games (starting with Halo Wars 2 and Halo Wars 1 on Steam) will be coming for Xbox and PC. So if there was a "Halo 6" it would by that logic come to PC." - Frank "Stinkles" O'Connor)
  2. "Halo Infinite" - Halo Waypoint - Halo Infinite
  3. "Halo: Reach" - Halo Waypoint - Halo: Reach
  4. GamesRadar+ - 343 has started on Halo 6 and knows "what's going to happen 10 years from now"
  5. 5.0 5.1 Time - Halo's Frank O’Connor Reacts to Criticism of Halo 5
  6. WCCFTech - 343i Acknowledges Halo 5 Storytelling Mistake, Will Double Down on Master Chief Focus
  7. YouTube - IGN, D.I.C.E Summit 2017 (Day 2) - IGN Live (1:31:27)
  8. IGN - All Future Halo Games Will Have Betas, Says 343 Industries
  9. Halo Waypoint - News, Flood of Emotion
  10. 343 Industries - Slipspace Engine
  11. Windows Central - Halo Infinite: Everything We Know
  12. YouTube - Halo, Halo Mannequin Challenge
  13. Halo Waypoint - Canon Fodder, Bounty Hunters

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