When it comes to Halo Infinite, there’s no doubt that it will be the most-awaited title of 2021. As a result that, the expectations are enormous.
However, according to Microsoft, it seems like Halo Infinite will efficiently deal with the pressure of the hype surrounding it until the release.
‘Halo Infinite’ will handle fans’ expectations comfortably.
During the last month’s E3 2021 event, Microsoft showcased multiple projects coming in the future.
However, among the many titles, Halo Infinite was the most talked-about game. It’s because fans are highly excited for the next entry in the series.
In such a situation, it always becomes complicated for the developers to keep up with the intensity of the growing hype because gaming lovers tend to expect a lot from each new installment, no matter what.
On the other hand, it seems like Halo Infinite won’t have any problem dealing with pressure and expectations.
Microsoft recently shared some key details over the upcoming game. And it mentioned that the next title wouldn’t have any stress upon itself during the launch.
As per Microsoft, Infinite won’t “make or break” the series.
During the interview with VGC, Xbox head Phil Spencer spoke a lot about the project. He said that its reception wouldn’t affect future entries in any way.
“Halo will be here ten years from now. Is Infinite the lynchpin on whether it survives that long? Not,” he said.
Furthermore, he added that Microsoft makes sure not to put a massive load on the team of 343 Industries.
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More games in 2021
While the Halo fanbase is waiting for the next installment, other gaming nerds are currently looking forward to other 2021 heavyweights.
However, the extensive line-up expands even further with the likes of Life Is Strange: True Colors and GhostWire: Tokyo.
Little Devil Inside, Humankind, The Ascent, Riders Republic, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and Shadow Warrior 3 are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced and ambitious projects making their debuts soon are Glitchpunk and The Day Before.
Coming back to Halo Infinite, again, it’s expected to be released later in 2021.
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