New Halo Infinite BR, AR Weapon Renders And Art Revealed
The next-gen Halo continues to come into focus with new weapon and equipment renders, and another piece of concept art.
As part of Halo Infinite developer 343's huge news blowout, the studio shared a series of brand-new weapon renders and pieces of artwork from the anticipated next-gen sci-fi shooter.
The in-engine weapon renders showcase a variety of popular and familiar weaponry, including the Assault Rifle and Battle Rifle, both of which have received some tweaks based on their appearance in previous games. Other weapons on display include the Hydra, the Needler, the VK78 Commando, and the brand-new Bulldog shotgun that 343 created to shake things up in a big way.
Also on display is some artwork, including new renders of the Drop Wall equipment that can be used in campaign and multiplayer to protect yourself from incoming fire. A render of Master Chief's grappling hook is also available, while 343 separately shared new details on how it works and how you may be able to use it to bring the fight to your enemy.
You can see all of the new imagery in the gallery below. Click each image to see a full-size version, and remember that all of the images are non-final and subject to change. A stunning new piece of concept art is also available immediately below.
Following a delay, Halo Infinite is scheduled to release in Fall 2021 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Due to Microsoft's recent policy changes, the free-to-play multiplayer mode will not require Xbox Live Gold.
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