Halo Infinite Fan Imagines What the Game Might Look Like If Made by Nintendo

What might Halo Infinite look like if it had made an appearance as part of the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct? That's what a new video from Halo YouTuber TheChunkierBean imagines. More specifically, in the mind of TheChunkierBean, Halo Infinite made by Nintendo would seemingly look like a mix of Fortnite and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with Halo franchise mainstays like Master Chief and various weapons and vehicles laying around.

According to the video's description, a goodly chunk of the imaginative video was made using some off-the-shelf assets like Pure Nature, which features a bunch of prefabricated environment assets that TheChunkierBean appears to have used. The whole thing seems to largely be a bashing together of various assets and open-source projects to create the desired effect, but then again, you could describe a number of actual video games as "a bashing together of various assets" and be not too far off the mark, so that's not a criticism in and of itself. You can check out TheChunkierBean's video below:

Halo Infinite itself is currently set to release later this coming holiday season for the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC. The Xbox Series X|S are currently available for $499 and $299, respectively, if you can find either of them in stock anywhere. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the upcoming Halo title right here.


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