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Halo Infinite Xbox And PC Razer Peripherals Are Coming
Razer has a number of new Halo Infinite-licensed products and peripherals planned for PC and Xbox consoles.
Halo Infinite releases later this year for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC, and Razer has announced that it plans to bring a number of licensed products and peripherals to those platforms. The Halo Infinite-themed accessories are planned for a September release, but unfortunately, Razer hasn't revealed any of them as of yet. When reached for comment, Razer said that its previous Gears 5 line is a good example of what to expect from the upcoming Halo Infinite series.
Looking at Razer's Gears 5 collaboration, the company created Gears of War-themed keyboards, mice, headsets, and mousepads. Of course, as we said, it's not confirmed those are the same types of products that will receive the Halo Infinite branding. We'll report back when we learn more.
Halo Infinite's first gameplay footage was revealed during the recent Xbox Series X showcase. It received some ire from fans for looking flat in some ways--it even produced a 343 Studios-approved meme called Craig. Microsoft addressed the concerns about Halo Infinite, saying its graphics will get "better and better" leading up to the game's launch. Unfortunately, we don't have an official release date, as it's launching alongside the Series X.
One positive that can be taken from Halo Infinite's gameplay trailer is the new grappling hook. Master Chief uses it to traverse the environment as well as close distance between himself and his target. It's unclear exactly how open Halo Infinite will be, but the grappling hook was definitely put to good use in the gameplay footage. We also got a look at some of Master Chief's new weapons, which look appropriately lethal.
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