Halo Infinite is now available on Xbox Game Pass for console and PC. In case you missed our review, we stated that, “Put simply, Halo Infinite is a return to form. 343 Industries has managed to deliver a campaign with a compelling storyline, fresh ideas, and familiar gunplay that takes the series in a brand new direction without breaking the formula. It was well worth the wait, even if there are a few bugs remaining to hammer out.” A new original audio storytelling series, Halo Infinite: Memory Agent has been released on Spotify today as well. Read below for more info:
Today at 10:00 am PT, Halo Infinite became available on Xbox Series S|X and Xbox One consoles, PC via the Microsoft Store and Steam, and with Xbox Game Pass memberships. Whether you’ve been playing Halo since day one, or this is your first adventure with the Master Chief, there’s something for everyone in the biggest, most wide-open and adventure-filled Halo experience yet. If you’re an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member, there’s a little more in store for you for Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer – the exclusive “Pass Tense” weapon coating, Challenge Swaps and 2XP boosts.
If you can’t get enough of stories from the Halo universe, today 343 Industries launched “Halo Infinite: Memory Agent,” an original audio storytelling series available exclusively on Spotify. Over the course of six episodes, which are available now, listeners will follow the story of a lone secret agent from the Office of Naval Intelligence sent on a mission to relay critical intel to the Master Chief. The catch – her memory resets every seven hours, forcing her to rely on battlefield reports of the Master Chief and her own AI companion to try and complete her mission. The series is available globally; if you’re interested, you can check it out on Spotify here.
Xbox and 343 Industries are looking forward to welcoming Halo’s biggest audience ever into Halo Infinite across more launch platforms than ever before. For more about Halo Infinite, check out today’s Xbox Wire post.
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