Xbox and 343 Industries have released a new Halo Infinite teaser ahead of this Thursday's gameplay and campaign reveal, giving Xbox One, PC, and future Xbox Series X players another tantalizing taste before the big media and information blowout. Unfortunately, like a previous teaser released earlier this month, there's not much to this new one. It's vague and unrevealing, but it does have fans of Master Chief more excited than ever for Thursday.
As for the content of the teaser, it's a bit unclear. However, it does appear to vaguely show Master Chief's helmet, though this hasn't been confirmed. Of course, it's safe to assume there's some meaning to the teaser we can't see or understand at the moment. Further, it looks like this will be followed up by another teaser tomorrow, though that one will likely also be vague and surrounded by speculation.
As you would expect, the responses to the teaser have been all over the place. There's hype, there's speculation, there's cringe, there's fans sharing their expectations, and of course, some using the opportunity to incite some good ol' console war shenanigans.
Is that a helmet going over a tube?— Luc // HiddenXperia (@HiddenXperia) July 21, 2020
I better not see master chief sprint— connor (@ConnorEatsPants) July 21, 2020
Halo has more hype than any PlayStation exclusive. There, i said it.— Snoopy (SX) (@SnoopyG7) July 21, 2020
The way y’all tease upcoming games are cringe af 😬 I hope it’s good lol— Wavy_hoodies (@wavyhoodies) July 21, 2020
2 days to see another Halo and above intergenerational with lagged graphics pic.twitter.com/3uHWDF4j8R— Dani (@focustop10) July 21, 2020
Me and the boys in 2 days pic.twitter.com/7Fwl1bxsfV— Nick01_y (@nicholasyuri13) July 21, 2020
Halo Infinite is set to release worldwide this holiday season via the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. It's unclear if we will get a release date this Thursday, but we do know we will see its gameplay for the first time alongside our first look at its campaign.
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