Halo Infinite: They Used A Wolverine, A Dog, And Original Xbox To Capture Sounds For The Game

The audio team at 343 got very creative for capturing sounds to be used in Halo Infinite.

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Halo Infinite has been delayed to 2021, but Microsoft is still rolling ahead with news and previews of the sci-fi FPS. The latest special look at the game comes in the form of an "audio field recordings" video that shows off how the audio team went about capturing various sounds.

Most of the sequences in this video were released earlier, but this is a "supercut" video that puts them all together in one place. In the video, you'll see how the team used everything from an original Xbox to a staffer's little dog and even a wolverine to record sounds for Halo Infinite. It's an impressive video that showcases the creative ways in which the team went about creating unique sounds for Halo Infinite--check it out below.

If you like this video, you might also enjoy this other video showing off how the team captured the weapon and vehicle sounds in Halo Infinite.

In other news, a rumor recently popped up claiming that Halo Infinite would have a battle royale mode, but 343 quickly shut that down.

Halo Infinite was originally set to release as a launch title for the Xbox Series X|S, but due in part to complications related to COVID-19, Microsoft pushed the game out to 2021.

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