Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

‘Halo Infinite’ Revealed In Trailer at E3 With Master Chief

‘Halo Infinite’ Revealed In Trailer at E3 With Master Chief

The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite - the next chapter of the legendary franchise just announced at the Xbox E3 2018 press conference! From a new Gears of War strategy title to From Software's brand new IP, Microsoft hit every corner of gaming interest. The game will be powered by the "Slipspace Engine", a new engine for the franchise. Additionally it has announced the acquisition of Playground Games, and letters of intent to acquire Ninja Theory, Undead Labs and Compulsion Games.

On Sunday, Microsoft's Xbox head Phil Spencer confirmed the division was working with the company's cloud technology team to come up with a way to stream games with console graphics quality to any device.

Forward-looking: Back in March, Microsoft talked about its cloud-based game streaming initiative.

Even more gaming news!

Jump Force Brings Goku, Naruto, And More Together For A Giant Battle
The latter title is a well-known one as it brings together a bevy of famous shonen heroes for a Street Fighter-styled showdown. It'll be interesting to see what other Shonen Jump characters Bandai Namco will announce in the future.

Check out our full list of new trailers and announcements here. In addition to the Xbox One trailing the PS4 in terms of console sales, very few of the exclusive titles on Xbox One have failed to make much of an impact. We're also getting a free iOS Elder Scrolls game called Blades. If true, it would probably be an always online experience with a strong live services component rather than a traditional singe-player game.

How infinite is infinity when it's capitalised on the end of the name of a new game?

"The original games we create at Microsoft Studios are some of our biggest assets", said Matt Booty, corporate vice president of Microsoft Studios. We are thrilled to welcome five new studios into the Microsoft family.

Although we can't be entirely sure of what the distant future holds for gaming but it seems that for Microsoft consoles will be a part of it for a while yet.

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