Master Chief’s next adventure, Halo Infinite, will be released in December.

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Master Chief’s next adventure, Halo Infinite, will be released in December.

During Gamescom Opening Night Live 2021, the release date for Halo Infinite was revealed. Master Chief’s latest journey will be available on Xbox consoles, PCs, and Xbox Game Pass on the following dates.

During Gamescom Opening Night Live 2021, the release date for Halo Infinite was confirmed.

For December 8, Master Chief’s next journey will be released on Xbox Series X, S, and One consoles. Halo Infinite will be accessible on PC as well, and will be playable via Xbox Game Pass from the start.

Microsoft also unveiled a Halo Infinite-themed Xbox Series X controller and a Halo Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 edition at Gamescom ONL.

Xbox enthusiasts may have learned when Halo Infinite would be released.

The Xbox exclusive is presently penciled in for a holiday 2021 release date, making Master Chief’s next journey one of the most widely anticipated titles of 2021.

And the actual release date for Halo Infinite may have been disclosed today (Wednesday, August 25) ahead of Gamescom 2021.

According to @Nibellion’s tweet, the official Microsoft Store may have announced the Halo Infinite release date early.

And it appears that Halo Infinite will be released on December 8, 2021.

“According to this Microsoft Store listing, Halo Infinite will be released on December 8,” Nibel wrote.

“It’s possible that an official announcement will be made at #OpeningNightLive.”

The news comes after a probable December 8 Halo Infinite release date was discovered on a Taiwan retailer’s website.

“(Rumor) Possible Halo Infinite release date from a Taiwanese online shopping website,” tweeted Twitter user @IdleSloth84.

“According to the source, the release date is December 8th. However, it also states that the forge will be included in the game at launch.”

If Halo Infinite news is revealed during Gamescom Opening Night Live today, it will be a pleasant surprise for fans of the series who were unhappy by the game’s absence from Tuesday’s Xbox Gamescom event.

With new Forza Horizon 5 gameplay, the launch of Crusader Kings 3 for the latest Xbox platforms, a closer look at The Gunk, and more, the Xbox pre-show gave Series X, S, and Xbox One enthusiasts something to be excited about.

The announcement about Halo Infinite, on the other hand, was undoubtedly the most anticipated.

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