Halo Infinite The next installment in Microsoft's flagship first person shooter series is still mostly for fans. Outside the game's first disclosure, which was only a motorist from the E3 earlier this year, there is hardly any details about when the game will be released or what, just that is it. But in a live stream Wednesday afternoon, the developer 343 Industries gave fans some more information about the game, including an early access time where fans can play the game and provide feedback to developers.
Called a flighting program, it will start with just a handful of players and grow from there. "Different teams in society will be able to play the game at different stages of development," said 343 community director Brian Jarrard during the flow.
"The Flighting program is not like a beta, there is a moment of Halo 5 that we had in a few weeks. We want a relationship and we will build it over time. get people to give us feedback and play the experiences and we can update it as we go. "
When it comes to when we can try Halo Infinite 343 industries were aware that it's not It's not a date specified for the flight program yet. However, the team says that players will be able to choose "soon" so that they can be chosen when it officially begins.
Also featured under the stream was details of how the team is processing Windows PC development for Infinite . Specifically, 343 said that the development of the PC version is a priority for the team, paying special attention to things like unique anti-fraud software. It is also important that the game's new engine was built from the ground, with plans for use on PC and consoles. The engine is also able to play with four players and returns one of Halo's signature features missing from Halo 5 .
The team also plans to focus on cosmetic items, such as custom armor pieces. To make this look 343 back on Halo Reach who had the most detailed customization options for any game in the series and used it as its primary inspiration. But dedicated fans of Halo 5 have not been forgotten in the meantime; if they reach level 152 in that game, they will later receive a special, independent reward in Infinite.
These are the first specific details we have on the next entry in the Halo series, which may not be after at least one year. For a complete look at all the 343 Industries developers had to say, check out their flow of life.