Microsoft teases Halo Infinite at E3 2018

Ruben Fields
June 11, 2018

In the grand tradition of games quickly revealed during E3, we don't know much about the next Battletoads game at this time (it's all about those sizzle reels). He further detailed that Microsoft dedicated to perfecting gaming everywhere, on Xbox, PC, or Phone.

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Granted, a lot of the games shown during the E3 event weren't Xbox One exclusives. So is Forza Horizon 4's Playground Games and We Happy Few's Compulsion Games.

Compulsion Games. As "We Happy Few" nears its full, multiplatform release on August 10, Microsoft has entered into a letter of intent to acquire Montreal-based Compulsion Games. We didn't see any logos in the trailer, so it could be any number of studios behind the game. The game looks like it plays beautifully and the visuals throughout the new trailer are impressive, to say the least. Where can we take gaming next.

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Microsoft has opened strong with its Xbox E3 2018 showcase, with a teaser for Halo Infinite, the next entry in Master Chief's ongoing adventure.

Whether or not David Wise is actually involved with the game remains to be seen, however.

"The Master Chief returns in "Halo Infinite" - the next chapter of the legendary franchise".

Away from the game announcement, Microsoft also looped to beef up their existing digital initiatives. This could pay off big in the long run when combined with the Xbox Game Pass.

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