Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite

released on Dec 08, 2021

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Halo Infinite

released on Dec 08, 2021

The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite – the next chapter of the legendary franchise. When all hope is lost and humanity’s fate hangs in the balance, the Master Chief is ready to confront the most ruthless foe he’s ever faced. Step inside the armor of humanity’s greatest hero to experience an epic adventure and explore the massive scale of the Halo ring.


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A weak but kind fun Far Cry sandwiched between two super repetitive and boring narrow corridor shooters with a lot of forced boring exposition.


Campaign was flat out great. The story is very well done and has me excited for the future of Halo for the first time since Reach. My only "gripe" with it is that the world doesn't really feel alive and probably could've been a lot smaller.

The multiplayer is incredibly addicting and will only continue to get better as time goes. Progression needs more work done and same goes for the awful item shop.

That being said, Halo Infinite is definitely my go-to shooter for the foreseeable future!


gameplay is perfect but the narrative Kinda sucks


What else can I possibly say about this game? You know if you like it or hate it. If you like it then you praise it for the fun multiplayer and shooter mechanics. If you hate it then you say that Halo is just spinning its wheels and the open-world campaign isn't that interesting.


I really enjoyed this iteration of Halo, but I also feel like it didn't necessarily bring anything new to the table. The grappling hook is a ton of fun, but I don't see the point of any of the other power ups. The open world was a cool touch, but did Halo really need to be open world?

In a way it reminded me of what it felt like playing the OG Halos on the original Xbox for the first time back in the day as a kid, but the OG Halos don't even come close to comparing to Halo 3 ODST in my mind. For a free game through Game Pass, I can't complain too heavily though. Worth the time invested for the play-through at the very least.