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For millions of fans around the world, Halo has become the quintessential Xbox experience. Whether it’s descending onto the shores of Installation 04 in The Silent Cartographer from Halo: Combat Evolved, struggling against the endless onslaught of Covenant in Halo: Reach or landing a perfect four-shot in Halo 5: Guardians, the Halo franchise is filled with unforgettable moments.
At E3 2018, 343 Industries officially announced that the next chapter in the epic Halo saga is in active development – Halo Infinite. Unveiled through a thrilling engine demo, Halo Infinite will be a new Halo experience centered on the Master Chief that continues the current storyline.
Speaking of the engine demo, viewers will have noticed the name Slipspace Engine. The new Slipspace Engine, created by 343 Industries specifically to power future Halo experiences, will enable the studio to deliver on the wonder and beauty of the Halo universe with emergent experiences for gamers of today and tomorrow.
Of course, fans around the world will break down every single frame of the engine demo for more clues on what Halo Infinite could entail. We caught a couple of hidden Easter eggs – can you? 343 Industries stated that the game, art, and tech elements are still in progress and many of the assets and designs will certainly evolve between now and the release of the game; what fans should take away from the engine demo is the promise of the Slipspace Engine and its capabilities in powering “Halo Infinite” and how the story will center on the Master Chief.
Only time will tell what 343 Industries has in store for the future of the Halo franchise, but we’re excited for the potential of the Slipspace Engine, its capabilities in powering Halo Infinite and how the story will center on the Master Chief.
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