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Halo Infinite Is Up For Preorder

Halo Infinite arrives later this year on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.

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Halo Infinite was shown off and discussed during Microsoft's E3 2021 press conference on Sunday, June 13. It's arguably the most anticipated Xbox game we know about. Though originally planned to launch alongside the Xbox Series X, Microsoft pushed it back to an unannounced date in 2021. Whenever it does arrive, you'll be able to play it on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. Even though we don't know its exact release date, you can already preorder Halo Infinite at multiple retailers, and Best Buy even has a cool bundle with a Mega Construx kit. You can also check out some new Halo Infinite artwork.

As a first-party Microsoft game, Halo Infinite will also be available on day one for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. That said, if you prefer to own a physical copy of your games, you have multiple preorder options. Considering the history of Halo releases, we wouldn't be surprised to see various Halo Infinite collector's editions pop up soon.

Developer 343 Industries showed off Halo Infinite's campaign during a July showcase, giving us our first real look at gameplay. Prior to the showcase, Halo Infinite had mostly been teased with vague--though cool--cinematic trailers. Halo Infinite's box art nods back to Halo: Combat Evolved's cover, which might not mean much, but is pretty cool nonetheless.

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Halo Infinite will support Smart Delivery, so you can purchase one copy of the game to play on both Xbox One and Xbox Series X. This is reflected in the physical box art, with the new simplistic "Xbox" moniker running across the top. If you buy the digital version of Halo Infinite from the Microsoft Store or other retailers like Best Buy, you'll be able to play it on all three platforms--Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC--thanks to Microsoft's Xbox Play Anywhere initiative.

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