Which platforms will Halo Infinite be available on?
Halo Infinite is one of 2021’s biggest games and the name “Halo” still carries an unbelievable amount of weight and gravitas. Here are the consoles that Master Chief’s newest entry, in his long-running saga, will be coming to.
After settling for a bit more of a part-time role in Halo 5: Guardians, Master Chief is front and center of 343 Industries‘ Halo Infinite as he looks to make a huge impact on the next-gen race.
But some people don’t seem to be completely sure of which platforms you’ll be able to find everyone’s beloved Sci-Fi soldier. Here are the full details.
Halo Infinite platforms
The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X has welcomed us to a new generation of video games, producing graphics we never thought possible in vibrant, bouncing worlds.
But the nature of their cross-compatibility has also posed constant questions about every subsequent game release. People don’t seem to know which consoles any game is on now, and this appears to be the case with Halo Infinite.
So let’s clear up some of those issues now, here are the platforms that Halo Infinite will be available on at launch:
- Xbox Series X
- Xbox Series S
- Xbox One
This will be great news for Halo players that either doesn’t want to or haven’t been fortunate enough to upgrade to next-gen Xbox consoles just yet.
In the same way that Sony has made Spider-Man: Miles Morales and other big, upcoming AAA titles available on PS4 as well, it seems that Halo Infinite is receiving the same treatment. The game will obviously not run optimally on the Xbox One, but at least the option is there.
Due to the ongoing circumstances in the world, Halo Infinite’s release date has been pushed back from its original date of December 2020 to Fall 2021.
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