But the release of “Halo Infinite”, the superb commercial shooter game starring Master Boss, which was scheduled for release alongside the Xbox Series X, was postponed until some time in 2021.
The delay is “to ensure the team has enough time to deliver a ‘Halo’ game experience that fulfills our vision,” wrote Chris Lee, head of Halo Infinite’s studio, in a blog post. Lee cited challenges including Covid-19, and said “it is not sustainable for the well-being of our team or the overall success of the game to send him this holiday.”
; franchise is synonymous with the Xbox brand, so the success or failure of “Halo Infinite” can weigh heavily on the reception of fans of the next gene keyboard.
An eight-minute view of “Halo Infinite” aired on July 23 fell short of players’ expectations for the title, with 31,000 YouTube video likes, an extremely disliked number even though it had 163,000 likes. Players complained that the graphics looked versatile and generic. When asked about this by CNN Business on July 23rd in a question and answer session for the media, the developers of the game “Halo” bypassed the question to answer others.
Xbox stated on Tuesday that “we have a lot to keep you busy until the Boss arrives”, referring to its massive library to be played in the X series, including “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” and “Tetris Effect” with modality.