Halo Infinite Campaign Launch Trailer Has Arrived

Check out the exciting launch trailer for Halo Infinite's campaign ahead of the game's release next week.


Halo Infinite's campaign is almost here, and to mark the upcoming release on December 8 for Xbox and PC, Microsoft has now released the campaign launch trailer.

"When all hope is lost and humanity's fate hangs in the balance, the Master Chief is ready to confront the most ruthless foe he's ever faced," reads a line from the video's description. "Step inside the armor of humanity's greatest hero to experience an epic adventure and explore the vast reaches of Zeta Halo, from stunning heights to mysterious depths below the ring."

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The description goes on to say: "Rescue UNSC marines to gain reinforcements in your fight against a fearsome enemy known as 'the Banished.'"

It adds that Halo Infinite is the "most wide open and adventure-filled" Halo game to date. Check out the campaign launch trailer above.

While Halo Infinite's campaign isn't out until December 8, retail discs have begun to emerge in the wild. As such, now is a good time to be extra mindful of spoilers, as campaign cutscenes are now appearing online.

For more on Halo Infinite's campaign, check out GameSpot's impressions of the first few missions.

Halo Infinite's multiplayer beta launched on November 15, and it's been a big success, though players have criticized its progression system. Cheaters are souring the experience for some as well, prompting fans to ask for a cross-play toggle.

Recently, 343 announced more changes to the XP and progression system, while it discussed what it will do to combat cheaters.

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