Going into E3 this year, there was a clear question that Microsoft needed to answer: Where are the exclusives? While Nintendo and Sony have been knocking it out of the park with their first-party blockbusters, Microsoft has been waning a little, with mediocre scores for Sea of Thieves and State of Decay 2, numerous delays, and even a cancelation (RIP Scalebound).
So Microsoft came out all-guns-blazing from the very off, kicking its show off with a quick tease of Halo Infinite. Now, granted, we currently don’t have a release date for the game, but we’d hedge our bets that it’ll release towards the end of 2019, or sometime in 2020. And even if it doesn’t release next year, you’ll still have plenty of other stuff to get your hyped while you wait, and at least you’ll be all set to dive into the action come release day.
If there was one announcement that shows Microsoft means business going forward, it was certainly the appearance of Master Chief.