343 Industries has revealed the Halo Infinite box art ahead of a campaign reveal tomorrow.
The box art shows Master Chief standing in a field with a broken Halo installation in the background – many fans have noticed the clear resemblance between Infinite’s box art and that of the first game in the series, Halo: Combat Evolved.
If you look closely at Master Chief’s visor, you can spot what appears to be the game’s villain, which may well be a member of The Banished, a faction confirmed to appear in Halo Infinite earlier this year. It could also be ‘Hyperious,’ a character leaked by a set of Mega Bloks toys that surfaced online in early July. Master Chief also has a grappling hook on his left wrist, adding credibility to rumours about Infinite’s gameplay that surfaced earlier this week.
— Jordan Oloman (@JordanOloman) July 22, 2020
We’ll be sure to hear more about Halo Infinite during tomorrow’s Xbox Games Showcase, which will offer up our first glimpse into the game’s campaign. If you head to the Halo Waypoint website, you can download the key art from the press kit in a series of different resolutions, as well as pick up a mobile wallpaper or a cinemagraph of the scene.
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And I DEFINITELY see what they’re going for here… pic.twitter.com/fThSLixfz0
— Ryan McCaffrey (@DMC_Ryan) July 22, 2020
Halo Infinite will launch later this year on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.
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