Update: After the fast-paced confusion Jeff Rubenstein responded to Wario64 on Twitter clarifying that it is indeed a type and so we're back to wondering when we'll get to step into Master Chief's big boots once again.
While the original story is now not necessary you can read it below, as well as get information on when you can next see the Halo Infinite multiplayer.
While Halo Infinite got a great showing at the Xbox E3 2021 showcase it seems that a stray twitter account also wants us to know when it's releasing. The tweet was pretty much immediately deleted after people had begun to notice and share but this is the internet so it continues on.
Per the tweet from XboxBR Halo Infinite will be launching on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on Windows 10 on November 9th, 2021. There is, as always, a chance that the November 9th date included in the tweet is a typo or miscommunication. We know that Forza Horizon 5 will be released that same day so some wires might have been crossed when scheduling tweets.
Earlier today at the Xbox Press Conference for E3 2021 we were treated to a new story trailer showing off a new AI that Master Chief will be interacting with. Some multiplayer gameplay was also shown off detailing a number of different pieces of equipment that you'll have at your disposal. Halo Infinite was first shown off last year as part of the showcase of games that players would be able to play on the first day of owning their new Series X|S consoles, though the game was also going to launch on last generations Xbox One. Due to viewer reception though the release date was pushed to an unknown future date, since that delay not much else has been heard about the game.
This isn't the only Halo news that we can expect in the upcoming week either. There will be a Halo Infinite Multiplayer Overview tomorrow morning at 11:00am EST. There is already a live YouTube countdown so if you're not sure what the above correlates to in your local timezone then you can check the link for yourself.
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