Halo Infinite - Campaign (PC / Xbox ONE / Xbox Series X|S)

Halo Infinite - Campaign (PC / Xbox ONE / Xbox Series X|S)

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Halo Infinite for PC and Xbox ONE was originally meant to be released as Halo 6, being the sixth main release in the series. The military sci-fi first person shooter game has a vast following as humanity fights for survival against aliens and religious zealots – and alien religious zealots too. About the Game Master Chief returns! Following on from the events of Halo 5, this game picks up the Master Chief’s story, and takes him back in time with a new set of armour that is a nostalgic no...
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Halo Infinite for PC and Xbox ONE was originally meant to be released as Halo 6, being the sixth main release in the series. The military sci-fi first person shooter game has a vast following as humanity fights for survival against aliens and religious zealots – and alien religious zealots too.

About the Game


Master Chief returns! Following on from the events of Halo 5, this game picks up the Master Chief’s story, and takes him back in time with a new set of armour that is a nostalgic nod to earlier games and appearance by the Master Chief

Halo 4 started a trilogy, that is known as the Reclaimer Trilogy, and that this is the final episode of that trilogy. The events of Halo Wars 2 are also relevant, weaving into the story and providing some points of interest and plot detail that help to make the game a solid, immersive experience.

The Master Chief’s equipment can now be customised in a very detailed manner, especially when compared to Halo 5, which offered a fairly basic, standardised helmet and bodysuit. This game is so detailed that you can choose individual pieces of kit, right down to the shoulder protectors that fit into the armour!

What is a Halo?


Within the game, the Halo Array refers to an immense series of ring-shaped super-weapon in which a small planet’s population could comfortably live. They were designed in antiquity by the Forerunners to vanish the Flood (a parasitic sentient life force that infects any living being), but which have now been claimed as religious artefacts which could carry the above-mentioned zealots on the long awaited ‘Long Journey’.

There is a halo ring featured in this game, and Master Chief will have to keep his wits and weapons sharp (so to speak) as he battles to best the opposition

A quick point: microtransactions are part of this game, but the developers have avoided the whole lootbox vs gambling vs irate bill payer’s argument by leaving lootboxes out of the game entirely. You can pay to advance more readily, but you will always get what you are paying for.

Ways to Play


  • Single player – play along the story arc, taking out enemies, learning more about friends and Master Chief himself as you work your way to the story’s conclusion

  • Multiplayer – play with friends or against strangers with up to three other players. The game will display on your screen as a 4-way split screen so you can keep an eye on what the other guys are up to as well as watching your own back

  • Forge mode is back! The sort-of equivalent of a ‘creation’ world, Forge allows you to customise maps and tweak your game playing experience. Designed to allow players to create new areas, the developers have been so impressed by Forge creations that they have included even more content, with plenty of resources, tools and so on

  • Battle Royale Mode? – There is NO Battle Royale mode in this game, but the developers have mused aloud the fact that, players, should they be keen enough and determined enough, could create a Battle Royale style arena in Forge Mode, setting the appropriate rules of play…

  • Halo Infinite for PC and Xbox ONE is available for purchase on Instant Gaming for a fraction of its retail price. You will receive an official key and be able to play the game in seconds. Play smart. Pay less.

    Configurations

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    • OS: Windows 10 RS5 x64
    • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or Intel i5-4440
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD RX 570 or Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti
    • DirectX: Version 12
    • Storage: 50 GB available space

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    Love this game, at launch the game was honestly god-awful but in the 2-3 years since I can now call it my favorite game. Content is added almost EVERY week and there are less bugs compared to launch. Since 343 changed leadership the game is headed in a new, great direction. Love it so much, 10/10.
    • So many diverse modes and weapons.
    • Many different playlists for constant fun. Something for everyone.
    • Forge is amazing.
    • Most cosmetics have to be bought.
    • Doesn't run great on older systems.
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    I loveed this game, its like the other halo but with some new things (mode, weapons, maps etc...) The campaign is good but, (spoiler alert) it is not look like "halo 6". the story has nothind to dowith the events of halo 5, (its look like more than a halo reach or odst)
    • cross-play
    • open-world
    • battle-pass
    • ranked problem
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    One of the Best Halo i ever played. The open world is Good Halo never had somthing like that bevor. The Guns have a reason to exist again exept to be hyper leathel. And Multiplayer is again fun, but that was Halo 5´s too.
    • Fun
    • Gunplay
    • Sandbox
    • Halo
    • Lack of content in Multiplayer
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