Within the last few days, the Australian Classification Board has recently rated Halo Infinite suggesting that the exclusive title of Microsoft will most probably release in 2021.
Halo Infinite Rated in Australia
The Redmond company previously said that Halo Infinite would be out within this year and the Australian classification board suggests that the title will release sooner than expected, that is in 2021. Forza Horizon 5 has been similarly classified in Australia, but its release has already been confirmed for November 9th.
Halo Infinite received an “M” rating, warning of scenes of “violence, online interactivity and in-game purchases,” with the description mentioning that the title has violence and rare moments of offensive language, but no nu*ity or d**gs.
Halo Infinite received its classification a week later, on August 10, but Microsoft has yet to confirm a release date for the game, stating only that it will arrive in 2021. Given the recent classification we expect not to have to wait long, or at least this is what we hope for.
Microsoft has yet to confirm the exact release date for Halo Infinite, although the rating suggests that the title will suffer no further delays. The Xbox boss Phil Spencer had also previously stated that the game is slated for a late 2021 release.
It is important to note that Halo Infinite so far only has a launch window of 2021, and not having a concrete release date, something that should be revealed in the near future, possibly during Gamescom 2021.
It is worth mentioning that the game will be available on the Xbox Game Pass on the day of release, and a physical copy can be purchased from the Xbox Store.
In recent news, the download size of the title was leaked recently which makes it the biggest in the series so far. On the other hand, it was confirmed that the Halo Infinite will support crossplay & cross-progression between Xbox and PC.