Halo Infinite was meant to be the Xbox Series X/S’ big flagship launch title this November, but after that didn’t pan out, the shooter got delayed into 2021. Currently, it has no set release date, but it seems the game is ready to launch in Spring 2021, with most work on it having wrapped up.
In a recent interview (via Reddit), actor Bruce Thomas, who has done the motion capture work for Master Chief since Halo 4 (including for the upcoming Halo Infinite), said that the game is “ready to go” for Spring 2021. “As far as I know, it’s in the can, ready to go for next Spring,” he said.
A Halo insider said not too long ago that the bulk of development on the game had wrapped up, and that 343 Industries was now focused on polishing up the experience, with the project on track for its planned 2021 launch. Read more on that through here.
Whenever it does launch, Halo Infinite will release for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC. 343 Industries recently confirmed that they were working on a high-level update for the game. After promising better communication in the coming weeks and months, the studio revealed that it was working on a year-end update.