Microsoft Brings in New Lead For 343 Industries

343 Industries is not a well-beloved developer. From delivering inferior products to attempting to kill off Master Chief, to focusing on politics instead of delivering a quality product, the studio has been nothing more than a black stain on Halo’s illustrious history. No surprise, then the development of Halo Infinite has been rocked with problems that preceded the outbreak of the coronavirus. Continue reading “Microsoft Brings in New Lead For 343 Industries”

Halo: Infinite Needed To Be Delayed Due To Quality And Team Health, As Per Phil Spencer

It’s almost been one month since Microsoft and 343 Industries revealed Halo: Infinite’s infamous campaign trailer. And despite the amount of time that has passed, the conversation around Halo: Infinite’s quality is still a hot topic to this day. And resurrecting that topic is Phil Spencer in that he feels the forthcoming next-gen first-person shooter needed to be delayed. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite Needed To Be Delayed Due To Quality And Team Health, As Per Phil Spencer”

Halo: Infinite Delayed To 2021 Due To Development Challenges

After announcing that Sperasoft — the same team behind Mass Effect: Andromeda’s animations — is helping 343 Industries develop Halo: Infinite, the next-gen game will not release with the Xbox Series X this holiday season as per a new report. Instead, the first-person shooter will make its debut sometime in 2021 due to development challenges. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite Delayed To 2021 Due To Development Challenges”

Mass Effect: Andromeda Animation Studio Confirms Work On Halo: Infinite

Way back on July 15th, 2019, we reported on a rumor that suggested Sperasoft — a studio that worked on Mass Effect: Andromeda’s animations — would help 343 Industries on Halo: Infinite. Back then, we raised concern that something uncanny might pop up regarding the characters’ faces, and it looks like Denis Larkin, Chief Commercial Officer at Sperasoft, has proven our past reporting correct. Continue reading “Mass Effect: Andromeda Animation Studio Confirms Work On Halo: Infinite”

343 Industries In Damage Control Over Poor Reception to Halo Infinite’s Visuals

Legitimately, how hard is it to make a decent Halo game? Despite the grand levels the original trilogy reached, the core concept slash formula was never all that complex. All it was, was a modern, at the time, science-fiction take on the lone hero versus insurmountable odds genre that has pervaded gaming since its inception. Continue reading “343 Industries In Damage Control Over Poor Reception to Halo Infinite’s Visuals”

Halo: Infinite Dev Says Graphical Criticism Isn’t Falling On Deaf Ears

After coming under fire from multiple sources, 343 Industries’ Dan Chosich came forth to address a hopeful yet displeased fan regarding the next-gen game’s graphics and how the Halo series is being handled. According to Chosich, any feedback or criticism regarding the upcoming Halo game will not fall on deaf ears. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite Dev Says Graphical Criticism Isn’t Falling On Deaf Ears”

Domino’s Pizza Triggers Xbox Fanboys By Poking Fun At Halo: Infinite’s Graphics

With Halo: Infinite gearing up to release in the next three or four months, many expected the campaign gameplay trailer that appeared during the recent Xbox Games Showcase to be something noteworthy. However, an uncanny presentation appeared instead that spawned many memes. Using one of those memes to poke fun at Halo: Infinite’s graphics is the UK branch of Domino’s Pizza, which has triggered many Xbox fanboys. Continue reading “Domino’s Pizza Triggers Xbox Fanboys By Poking Fun At Halo: Infinite’s Graphics”

Halo: Infinite’s Campaign Will Not Have 4 Player Split-Screen Co-op

After the birth of a new meme, which is jumbo Brute boi Craig, confusion bubbled up regarding Halo: Infinite’s campaign and how many people can play with each other via split-screen co-op and online play. Although the next-gen game may not support four-player co-op through split-screen, it does offer four-player online co-op. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite’s Campaign Will Not Have 4 Player Split-Screen Co-op”

Is There a Good Reason Why Halo Infinite Looked So Bad?

Imagine for years toiling away on a game. Iteration gives way to iteration, and gradually you begin to feel a sense of pride in what you are accomplishing. It’s not done just yet, but it is getting there. Then your bosses come to you and tell you they’re going to showcase your progress. A lump surges upward in your throat, but you’re confident in what you’ve achieved at this point. Halo Infinite is ready to show off to the public. Continue reading “Is There a Good Reason Why Halo Infinite Looked So Bad?”

343 Immediately Debunks Halo: Infinite Multiplayer Rumor

I’m not going to lie, I love rumors, but covering them is a precarious and time-consuming endeavor. Get it right, and you develop a reputation for having a great judgment. Get them wrong, and people view you as a gullible rumor monger that will believe anything. Then there are times when you just have to give coverage to a rumor because it has grown prevalent enough that if you don’t, you appear not to be paying attention. Continue reading “343 Immediately Debunks Halo: Infinite Multiplayer Rumor”

Xbox Series X Launch Lineup Consists Of Over 100 Games To Help Bolster Xbox Subscriptions

During the recent Xbox Games Showcase, the Xbox Team noted that the Xbox Series X launch this holiday season is planned to be accompanied by over 100 games. Additionally, 343 Industries’ Halo: Infinite will be leading the pack of 100 games, but none of them aside from Halo: Infinite will be first-party exclusives. Continue reading “Xbox Series X Launch Lineup Consists Of Over 100 Games To Help Bolster Xbox Subscriptions”

Phil Spencer Reiterates That Xbox Series X First-Party Games Will Release 2 Years From Now

Way back on January 10th, 2020, the head of Microsoft Studios or Matt Booty said that folks looking for first-party Xbox Series X games must wait two years to see more “exclusives.” Recently confirming and reiterating said information comes Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, saying that first-party Xbox Series X games will arrive in two more years. Continue reading “Phil Spencer Reiterates That Xbox Series X First-Party Games Will Release 2 Years From Now”

Halo: Infinite Campaign Gameplay To Appear On July 23rd, 2020

If you want to see Halo: Infinite’s campaign, it will appear in a new video during the upcoming Xbox Games Showcase. The digital event in question is set to go live on July 23rd, 2020. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite Campaign Gameplay To Appear On July 23rd, 2020”