Halo Infinite revealed with stunning trailer at E3 2018

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Additionally, Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox branch, confirmed that initial work on the next generation of Xbox consoles had begun. It will also, naturally, be an Xbox exclusive, but we're not sure if that exclusivity applies to a possible PC release.

Microsoft has officially announced Halo Infinite, and released its announcement trailer.

The parade included both first party announcements and big trailer reveals from partners including Bethesda, Square Enix, Ubisoft, and EA.

With Fallout 76 getting an even bigger reveal, now was the ideal time to add Fallout 4 to their library to play at no additional cost.

Microsoft also revealed several new Gears of War games. Let's see if this new game can recapture that title's nostalgic magic.

Microsoft announced the acquisition of four gaming studios at E3 on Sunday. Microsoft says that you will, on average, be able to jump into your new game twice as fast as you did previously on the same net connection. At last it seems, Xbox fans are getting some answers.

It bought Undead Labs, Playground Games, Ninja Theory, and Compulsion Games, while setting its own studio named The Initiative. It bodes well not just for the sheer volume of content available to Xbox players, but to the diversity of that content.

Halo has been one of the most successful games for Xbox since the first version of the military sci-fi adventure hit consoles in 2001. Does this new trailer restore your faith in 343? So for Halo Infinite, developer 343 Industries is refocusing on the saga's main, green-armored protagonist.

Obviously the major console makers, such as Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, have to consider the future of gaming and how games are likely to be played.

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