December is usually a quiet month for gaming, barring exceptions like last year’s launch of Cyberpunk 2077, and this year it’s mostly business as usual. Mostly. Microsoft’s launch of Halo Infinite on December 8 is easily its most high-profile release of the year, and after years of development, Master Chief’s next adventure is already carrying a ton of expectations on its Mjolnir armor-clad shoulders.

Halo Infinite will also be going up against Final Fantasy XIV’s Endwalker expansion, which was slightly delayed from its original November launch date, as well as several other smaller titles.

Halo Infinite (Dec. 8)

Halo Infinite
Halo Infinite

The next chapter in the Halo series looks like it’ll be hitting a mix of traditional action with more freedom than ever before, as Master Chief will be exploring a new world filled with mystery, danger, and vantage points that are just begging for you to take a grappleshot swing over them. A game of two parts, Halo Infinite’s campaign will be a separate paid product, while its multiplayer launched earlier in November as a free-to-play product. Both parts of the Halo Infinite experience will also be available through Game Pass, so you won’t have to worry about missing out on either part of the package.

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