Halo Infinite Comes To PS4 In Mind-Blowing Dreams Recreation
It's not official, but Halo Infinite looks pretty incredible in this impressive Dreams recreation.
While Halo Infinite is largely exclusive to the Xbox family--launching on PC (Steam and Windows 10), Xbox One, and Xbox Series X this holiday season--that hasn't stopped players from hoping the pivotal Xbox title would eventually arrive on other platforms. Though developer 343 Industries likely has no plans of porting Halo Infinite to something like the Nintendo Switch or PlayStation 4, a Dreams creator decided to take matters into their own hands by recreating a portion of the gameplay reveal.
Disarmed, a visual and audio creator, took to Dreams to bring Halo Infinite to the PlayStation 4 in stunning detail. Though the video is only 41 seconds long, it takes an improbable premise--what if Halo but PS4--and brings it to life. We see Master Chief holding the classic assault rifle while strutting through a lush forest. It's extremely gorgeous and continues to show Dreams' impressive power--even if there's no way it's happening.
#MadeInDreams - was pretty excited with the @xbox debriefing last week & the gameplay reveal of #HaloInfinite!— DISARMED (@DISARMEDTWEETS) July 28, 2020
got me to thinking how strange it would be to have @halo on the @PlayStation 🤔 - here’s something! the future is looking bright for next-generation 💙💚 pic.twitter.com/dC4nz6QnOm
Xbox held its Games Showcase livestream last week, where we got a detailed look at Halo Infinite. We learned about the game's campaign, some new weapons (including a grappling hook), and more. The company also shared information on various other Xbox titles, including the setting of Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, the reveal of a new Fable game by the Forza Horizon developer Playground Games, and more.
In other Halo Infinite news, despite rumors circulating on the web, 343 Industries has confirmed that multiplayer will be available in the game on launch day. Though it has no definitive release date, Halo Infinite is apparently in "great shape" and will drop as an Xbox Series X launch title.
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