A recent Twitter tease from Halo Infinite developer has sparked new rumors among the fans about a possible trailer reveal soon!
Currently, there’s no date available for Halo Infinite. But a strange Twitter post has made quite a buzz in the last few days.
And as per intense speculation, a trailer might arrive during June’s E3 2021.
‘Halo Infinite’ details so far.
Care to guess what the final count will be?
— Joseph Staten (@joestaten) May 8, 2021
The much-anticipated game was previously scheduled to arrive for Microsoft’s Xbox Series X|S. But then it was delayed in August 2020.
Thus, developing company 343 Industries got a lot of time working on all the remaining components.
Last month, the game was trending on Twitter due to increasing hype among the fans.
And now, they have got a solid reason to become even more excited.
Something monumental is about to be revealed soon when it comes to Halo Infinite and its release.
Creative head Joseph Staten recently tweeted a post where he saw him showing his work on a project.
Last week, he shared a tweet that read “summary of my week.”
It looked like some editing sequence from an upcoming title and was based on Adobe Premiere software.
Staten, however, didn’t specify the project’s name, which he was working on. But he did tease the Halo game, indirectly, with a digit 117 in his poll for the fans.
He asked what the final sequence count will be.
For those who don’t know, the number means Master Chief’s call sign, Sierra 117.
Then, several people in the comments section began speculating that Staten must be working on a possible Halo Infinite trailer.
As of now, it’s expected to debut during the upcoming E3 2021 event in June.
New video games are coming soon!
Meanwhile, there are many other awaited titles as well, arriving this year.
Die-hard gamers will have a big-time enjoying the vast AAA titles.
When it comes to potential blockbusters, then some of them are Mass Effect Legendary Edition and Far Cry 6.
But that’s not it!
The line-up expands further with the likes of Dying Light 2, Deathloop, Stray, Biomutant, New World, and Humankind.
No More Heroes 3, Psychonauts 2, GhostWire: Tokyo, Horizon Forbidden West, and Back 4 Blood are other crucial launches.
Coming onto Halo Infinite, again, it will release this fall for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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