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Master Chief Is Back in the Stunning New Halo Infinite Trailer

11 June, 2018, 01:31 | Author: Rafael Roberts
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The announcement games fans worldwide have been patiently waiting for finally came at the outset of Microsoft's 2018 E3 conference, as they gave a first glimpse at Halo: Infinite.

The trailer shows off many sweeping shots of landscape and wildlife, as well as what looks like damaged Halos.

The next chapter of the Halo franchise. The camera then zooms back to reveal a familiar-looking person in an iconic suit of armor: Master Chief.

Microsoft debuted Halo Infinite during its 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo presentation today in Los Angeles. We don't know anything more than the trailer below, but sometimes that's enough. And that's about all we know so far.


On stage, Phil Spencer said the game will see players joining Master Chief "on his greatest adventure yet to save humanity".

The trailer doesn't reveal a whole lot of information about the game, though there is one very important detail right at the end ...

Developer 343 Industries released the last entry in the series, Halo 5: Guardians, in 2015.

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