When are we finally going to watch Halo Infinite again? The game’s big reveal last summer didn’t elicit the response Microsoft was hoping for, leading to another delay, and we haven’t seen Halo Infinite since (aside from a few screenshots and teasing). Well, the E3 season is coming, and while Microsoft won’t be directly involved, rumors have it that they will have their own event sometime around that time. To add fuel to the fire, Halo Infinite creative director Joseph Staten recently tweeted this …
Summary of my week: pic.twitter.com/wfX9WyWW9p
– Joseph Staten (@joestaten) May 8, 2021
For those unsure of what they’re watching, that appears to be a series of scenes arranged in video editing software Adobe Premiere, indicating Staten is working on a new trailer. With Halo Infinite still launching this year, it’s time we took a fresh look, but it’s good to have semi-confirmation that something is on the way.
While we wait for that new trailer, the Halo Waypoint blog recently shared some new Halo Infinite concept art, featuring new bosses, a weapon and a vehicle. Check out the new art, with 343 official descriptions, below.
Some will make their intentions clear, while others may just give hints about their own deeper history. Each is designed to introduce you to the nature and evolving presence of the Banished in the Halo universe, and I have a feeling that different people will find different favorites. To hold you back a bit until you learn more in the coming months, here are a few Brute brothers you’re likely to run into. One word of advice: they are not big fans of Spartans. (The first is “Hyperius” played by David Heidhoff and the second is Tovarus played by Nuare and Zack Lee.)
Also, beefy Brutes tend to have a meaty weapon. Say hello to the scrap cannon. His nickname was the ‘gatling mortar’ early on. What is that? You don’t like having hot metal hurled at you from awkward distances when you just want to mind your own business and defend humanity? Too bad, so sad, shouldn’t have angered the Brutes. Anyway, before I get into a song from something else, take a look at this cool concept art for this deadly and detachable damage dealer.
So we’ve heard you enjoy taking marines on adventures and all. Well, let me introduce you to the Razorback. Think of it as the Warthog’s more spacious and robust cousin – perfect for banished house parties with and for scenic tours.
Halo Infinite is slated to release on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S sometime in 2021.
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