Halo Infinite Actor Leaks 2021 Game Release Date
The year 2021 will go down in gaming history as one of the best years for FPS shooter titles ever, with the suspected release of three blockbuster titles. Following the delay of Halo Infinite due to the coronavirus pandemic, the game is set to release this year, alongside another Call of Duty instalment based on an alternate ending to World War 2, and a Battlefield VI title that will host mass lobbies and have fully destructible cities.
Since the delay of Halo Infinite, which was supposed to coincide with the launch of the Xbox Series X/S back in October 2020, the developers have done remarkably to plod along with their work without having as much as a slither of information to when we will be seeing the sci-fi run and gun action game.
A Halo Infinite voice actor has leaked that the game will be coming to consoles in November this year.
Actor Verlon Roberts made an appearance on the Fadam and Friends Podcast to discuss his career, and subsequently let slip that Halo has been "pushed to later November this year."
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Previously, 343 Industries had marked down "Fall 2021" as their deadline, which means we may see the release of Halo early in November before the seasonal clock ticks to winter. A release early in the month will rival Call of Duty for sales whose games normally release mid-way through the penultimate month of the year.
With so many games squeezed in before the end of the year, Santa will have many console games to dish out in stockings, so don't expect us to be hanging around at the dining table listening to merry tales from the grandfolks. We'll have some aliens to slay.
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