Halo: Infinite leaker reveals possible release date
Halo: Infinite is one of the most highly-anticipated games coming out in 2021, and some new leaks have emerged which seemingly reveal its official release date on PC and Xbox.
Halo fans have been eagerly awaiting news on the highly-anticipated Halo: Infinite, which was scheduled to arrive sometime during November 2021. We recently got a close look at the game through some concept art and weapon artwork.
We were also treated to some new gameplay footage during E3 2021, and now players are wondering when exactly the game will arrive. Now, a new leak seems to have confirmed the release date for Halo: Infinite.
343 Industries confirmed that we’d see Halo: Infinite arrive in late 2021, and now leaker Tom Henderson has stated that the game should arrive at some point during the coming holidays.
“Halo: Infinite should release in Mid November,” Henderson wrote. Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox brand, recently confirmed it’s coming out during the holidays, but they’re still working on the exact date.
A mid-November release would fit within the 2-3 week window that he referred to. While initially set for a December 2020 release, the game’s arrival ended up being pushed back due to real-world events disturbing the development.
Shortly after the gameplay reveal in E3 2021, a possible release date of November 9 was seemingly confirmed but this turned out to be a typo, as that’s when Forza Horizon 5 is set to arrive.
While we still don’t have a hard date, this window provides us with a few hints. If the developers are planning for a Tuesday release, then the game will most likely arrive on November 16 or 23.
We’ll keep checking for any more Halo: Infinite leaks and reveals that become public. Once we discover something new, we’ll be sure to update you.
Image credits: 343 Industries