Halo Infinite is just around the corner: the new mission of the Master Chief, one of the great Xbox insignia, will be available next Wednesday, December 8. It has been a long year of waiting since its delay, which took place shortly after the famous 2020 gameplay in which we got our first look at the open world that we will explore in the campaign. That day there were numerous criticisms focused on a graphic section that many users considered insufficient, but How much has the game changed on its way to the final version? Thanks to ElAnalistaDeBits we can verify it on video.
Does it look better than last year?
Generally speaking, yes. Game textures have been substantially improved and just take a look at any structure. Rocks, indoor environments, vegetation (although their density has been reduced) look much better in the final title. In the video you can also see that the Master Chief himself and his unmistakable armor look better than ever, although also that some secondary characters have less detail.
Halo Infinite: the delivery that the saga needed
There have been many things that we liked about the game, as we have reflected in our analysis. Among them, we are left with the fighting against the Covenant, which has seemed the best in which 343 Industries has worked to date. The final bosses, the ferocity of the Outcasts and, in short, the return to the origins in key elements such as the gameplay, the art direction and the musical section We were also pleasantly surprised.
Halo Infinite Debuts Next December 8 on PC, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. Of course, you can access it on all platforms through Xbox Game Pass.
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