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Halo Infinite to Be “Spiritual Reboot” of the Franchise

Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite is the new game in the Halo franchise and it has been a few years since it has been in development. A Halo game usually takes 3 years to make but Halo Infinite is taking a bit longer and the developers have already talked about why that is the case. We have also learned that the story is going to be one of hope, mystery and wonder.

343 Industries’ Ryan McCaffrey talked about Halo Infinite and he mentioned that this is kind of a “spiritual reboot” of the franchise. He mentioned that the Halo franchise has given the team a lot to learn and think about. The following is what he had to say in this regard:

There has been a lot of introspective time to really reflect on what [we have] done as 343. Where have we made mistakes? Where have we hit it right? What does Halo mean to all of us? That [Halo Infinite reveal] trailer we did is what Halo means to the studio.

Game development is ever evolving and you need to learn from your mistakes and fix them in order to come out on top. You cannot quit and leave the fans hanging. He further went on to mention the following:

Maybe it took us two games to get there, and I think we’ve done good things and bad things, but what does Halo mean to us? It is about hope, and wonder, and heroism, and humanity, and community, and bringing a community together. That’s what that trailer is, and that’s what we want to do.

There is a lot of hype around Halo Infinite and we have heard that the game will also be coming to PC. We will keep you updated regarding the matter, so stay tuned for more information and news regarding Halo Infinite.

Let us know what you think about Halo Infinite and whether or not you are interested in playing the game when it comes out.

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