In the course of yesterday’s Xbox Stream at Gamescom, Microsoft revealed a number of new features that are coming soon to Xbox or PC. The only title missing in the showcase was Halo Infinite, but it could very well end up in tonight’s Gamescom showcase with a possible release date.
Halo Infinite (campaign) release date leaked?
As it is well known, the Gamescom Opening Night Live conference of this year 2021 will take place tonight at 11 a.m. PT. It will be a two-hour event that will reveal world premieres from many publishers and developers around the world.
The conference can be watched live on the official YouTube channel of The Game Awards here. At the moment, Microsoft remains silent on what it has been preparing for this occasion, but it is already known from industry insiders that the event will not be missed if one is interested in Xbox.
The Redmond giant had already confirmed in the past that the release date of Halo Infinite will be revealed at the end of the summer. Gamescom 2021 is the last big event before The Game Awards in December or any other surprise Xbox event in November, so now is the right time to reveal important details.
In that sense, we can also legitimately expect the announcement of the release date of the title and the launch of pre-orders in the wake. Pre-orders are already available at Amazon.com.
However, according to a leak, it seems that the Microsoft store updated its database just a few hours ago and the Halo Infinite campaign release date is now listed as December 8, 2021. Most likely yesterday night there was an update of the store’s databases, where the exact release date was already indicated.
In any case, there shouldn’t be much left for the announcement, which may very well arrive just tonight at the Gamescom 2021 Opening Night Live event.
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