The developer of Halo, Infinite, 343 Industries, has published a blog post that, among other things, confirmation that the demo gameplay shown during the event the Xbox Series the X of July came from a previous build.

In particular, 343 Industries has stated that the demo came from a “work-in-progress for several weeks”. 343 went on to say that a variety of graphics systems are still in preparation and will be introduced before the final launch of the game.

This news comes in response to growing concerns about the graphics of Halo Infinite, which many have deemed devoid of details and basically “not next-gen”.

343 has also noted that this feedback has brought to light new opportunities and considerations that the team is taking very seriously.” Of course, the hope is that when it comes out Halo Infinite, the technical department will present the improvements requested by the community.

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Halo Infinite will arrive on PC, Xbox, Series X, and Xbox One during the season of the christmas holidays.

In related news, we learned that, probably, Infinite will have a multiplayer free-to-play, which will point to 120 fps.

What do you think?

Source: Windowscentral.