For E3 2018 last year we saw a teaser trailer for the next game in the Halo franchise, titled Halo Infinite. And now, during the Xbox showcase at E3 2019 today, a new trailer for the game was released.
In addition to the cinematic trailer, which is titled “Discover Hope,” a release window for the game has also been revealed. You can find the new trailer for Halo Infinite and the release window below.
To kick off their E3 2018 press conference, Microsoft teased the gaming community with a glimpse of the next game in the Halo franchise, Halo Infinite.
Developed by 343 Industries, this new title appears to be a follow-up to Halo 5: Guardians. During the two-minute announce trailer we’re taken through an ecosystem of animals and fauna on an unnamed planet, eventually getting a glimpse of a helmet bearing Master Chief.
A sequel to the hit real-time strategy game Halo Wars from 343 Industries and Creative Assembly was announced during E3 2016. The original game came out in 2009, so fans have been anxiously awaiting the follow-up for quite some time now.
The existence of Halo Wars 2 was confirmed with a cinematic trailer, and a second trailer was also released for the multiplayer beta, which is going on right this very moment.
The next game in the Halo franchise, titled Halo 5: Guardians, is set to be released next week on October 27th. If you’re one of the many fans of the series eagerly awaiting its arrival, you may just want to clear up a little bit of hard drive space if you’re planning to grab a digital copy. It’s being reported that, in total, Guardians will be a massive 55GB in size.
This is a bit of a shock, because these games aren’t generally known for being huge—most include a short single-player campaign and however many multiplayer maps for online play. For comparison, Halo 3 was 5.7GB; Halo: Reach was 6.6GB; Halo 3: ODST was 6.7GB; Halo 4 was 7.2GB; Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary was 7.5GB. The day one update for Guardians will be 9GB all by itself, bringing the total size to 55GB. The only thing close to that is Halo: The Master Chief Collection, featuring the re-mastered versions of the first two games along with Halo 3, Halo 4, the digital series Halo: Nightfall, and access to the Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta, which weighs in at almost 63GB. For comparison with another recent game, the MMO The Elder Scrolls Onlinewas reported to be 65GB and actually ended up being about 58GB, at least on Xbox.
Microsoft has released the first trailer for Halo: Nightfall, the upcoming live-action digital series produced by Ridley Scott and his Scott Free Productions, 343 Industries, and Xbox Entertainment Studios.
Nightfall ties to the upcoming next game in the Halo franchise, titled Halo 5: Guardians, and introduces an important new character in the game. It will come with the massive recently announcedHalo: The Master Chief Collection.
You can read more about Nightfall and watch the first trailer below.