We get our first look at the Halo Infinite campaign today

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  • Today is the day we get an in-depth look at the Halo Infinite campaign.
  • Die-hard fans demanded more footage after the one sown at the E3 event. 
  • You can watch the live stream here, on Windows Report, or on Youtube.
  • Halo Infinite is scheduled to launch at the end of the year, on Dec. 8, 2021.
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Halo Infinite’s developer, 343 Industrie,s is sharing a Halo Infinite campaign overview on Oct. 25, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Apparently, this footage seems to be around six minutes in length, and everyone is extra excited, considering that Halo Infinite’s campaign hasn’t been seen since the July 2020’s gameplay showcase.

We still had a brief cinematic that was shown during E3 2021, but not nearly enough to satisfy the die-hard fans of this beloved franchise.

The long-expected footage can be seen in the video below:

Everyone is waiting for Halo Infinite

Developers have been focusing on technical tests for the multiplayer portion of the game, during these last few months, which is completely free-to-play and supports 120 FPS on Xbox Series X.

Halo Infinite is currently scheduled to launch on Dec. 8, 2021, for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC.

As are all the first-party Xbox titles, this one too will be available with Xbox Game Pass from day one.

Joseph Staten, head of creative design at 343 Industries, previously addressed concerns over the campaign not being seen in the last few months.

Staten also said the development team is now in shutdown mode, which means work on the game’s main features for launch is finished and the studio is now fixing the highest priority bugs.

This is a big job that takes a lot of time and resources, and creating a new campaign demo or trailer to show off the campaign would have slowed things down.

Halo Infinite’s campaign and multiplayer are separate, standalone products. The multiplayer is free-to-play, while the campaign is full price.

The game’s multiplayer mode is also expected to evolve over time through seasons and battle passes, with the list of multiplayer maps in Halo Infinite growing as time goes on.

Forge and campaign co-op are two other big additions that are currently slated to arrive six and three months after launch, respectively.

Excited to see new footage of your new favorite game? Share your thoughts with un in the comments section below.