Halo Infinite gameplay is going to be shown off at E3 2019 (opens in new tab), which will be our first glimpse of what exactly is in store for those of us who still fondly remember those days of playing in Blood Gulch. Make sure you tune into the Xbox E3 2019 (opens in new tab) briefing (here's the E3 2019 schedule (opens in new tab) with all the details) to see it in action, and until then you might want to prepare yourself. Because apparently Halo Infinite (opens in new tab) is going to be a next-gen game, although it doesn't sound like Xbox Project Scarlett (opens in new tab) is going to be showing off any E3 2019 games (opens in new tab).
via Brad Sams: Halo Infinite gameplay at E3 2019, "next-generation game", to be demoed with a PC + Xbox controller3 new Microsoft IPs to be announcedxCloud to be a focus of the show; "it does best Google's previously announced 10.7 TFs"More here https://t.co/cR8FmYV28q pic.twitter.com/amur9frM4GJune 4, 2019
Instead Halo Infinite is going to be played using a PC and Xbox controller. Presumably that's so the PC can run the game at settings close or equal to Xbox Project Scarlett, so the game we see during the Xbox briefing is hopefully going to be similar to the quality we'll get when it releases on consoles. Now thanks to a Fable 4 leak (opens in new tab) we know the fantasy RPG is being announced at E3 too (leaks have been coming hard and fast this year), so it's looking increasingly likely that Microsoft is going to make a lot of people very happy. Is that jinxing it? Maybe, but it's too late now. Because we're finally getting to see Halo frickin' Infinite!
If you want to know more about E3 2019, here's what you should expect from the Bethesda E3 2019 (opens in new tab) showcase and the Nintendo E3 2019 (opens in new tab) briefing, or look below to see what's going on this week in the world of movies, TV, and games!