Halo Infinite will release later this year for the Xbox X, Xbox One, and PC Series, and Razer has announced that it plans to bring a number of licensed products and peripherals to those platforms. Halo Infinite-themed accessories are planned for a September release, but unfortunately, Razer has yet to reveal any of them so far. When it came to the comment, Razer said its previous line of Gears 5 is a good example of what to expect from the upcoming Halo Infinite series.
Looking at the Razer Gears 5 collaboration, the company has created war-themed keyboards, mice, headsets and mousepads. Of course, as we said, those same types of products that will receive the Halo Infinite brand are not confirmed. We report back when we learn more.
The first Halo Infinite gameplay video was revealed during the recent Xbox Series X showcase. It received some ire from fans to look flat in some ways ̵1; it even produced an approved 343 Memo Studios called Craig. Microsoft addressed concerns about Halo Infinite and said its graphics will get “better and better” leading to the game’s launch. Unfortunately, we don’t have an official release date, as it is launching alongside the X Series.
One of the positives that can be taken from the Halo Infinite gameplay trailer is the new hook for the hike. Master Head uses it to share the environment as well as a close distance between him and his target. It’s not clear exactly how open Halo Infinite will be, but the grapppling hook was definitely used well in the gameplay footage. We also got a look at some of the new Chief’s weapons, which seem lethal appropriately.
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