Microsoft’s biggest game is about to get bigger.
The Xbox super soldier mascot Master Chief will have his biggest outing yet this holiday season, when Halo Infinite launches for the $299 Xbox One and as yet unpriced new Xbox Series X. Microsoft showed a snippet of the hit war simulation game, set in a future where humans explore space and fight against alien enemies.
Microsoft said Halo Infinite will include bigger battles, larger vistas and more complex visual effects than previous games have had as players explore alien worlds.
The Halo world players explore during the game is twice the size of the worlds Microsoft created for its past two Halo games. “This is the most ambitious campaign we’ve ever created,” said Chris Lee, one of the people heading up development of Halo Infinite.
The announcement was made during Microsoft’s Xbox Games Showcase, held online July 23. For more information, follow along with CNET and our sister site GameSpot.
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