While Xbox has yet to officially confirm a release date for Halo Infinite, several leaks indicate that the game will be available on December 8. Obviously, we remind you that any leak should be taken with a grain of salt.
Twitter user Idle Sloth shared an image from a Taiwanese online store suggesting the game will be released on December 8. However, as the tweet makes clear, the sheet mentions Forge mode at launch, while 343 Industries recently explained that this mode, like co-op, will be available later.
With incorrect details, it’s hard not to doubt the rest of the information. However, a file on the Microsoft store, spotted by a regular Microsoft and Xbox leaks, Alumia_Italia, seems to corroborate the date of December 8.
In another tweet, this user explains that the store listing for Halo Infinite has been in place since August 26 of last year, and has been recently updated with the new date, description, and images. . If this is correct, it is difficult to know how long the card has shown this information. For the moment, Halo Infinite is noted on the temporary date of December 31 on the English sheets.
Xbox hasn’t given out any info on Halo Infinite for its Gamescom 2021 livestream, and everyone is hoping to see the game on the convention’s opening stream, presented by Geoff Keighley tonight. A live that you can see at home on IGN France, and follow with the IGN France team in commentary on the IGNFrance Twitch.
Erwan Lafleuriel is Editor-in-Chief of IGN France. A video game slave for 40 years, he only escapes occasionally to mourn his defeats on Twitter.