So, we've got a date! Xbox will be joining up with Bethesda for a huge 90-minute conference at E3 2021 on Sunday, June 13, and while the specifics haven't been confirmed, Halo Infinite will likely have a huge presence at the event.
We all remember last year's somewhat infamous gameplay reveal, which drew negative feedback for the game's arguably 'poor' visuals, and so we're assuming 343 Industries will want to come out swinging at E3 2021, giving us another look at the campaign and showcasing just how much the graphics have improved over the past year.
Aside from that, though, we're wondering what else we might see. The game's multiplayer component has been confirmed as being free-to-play, so will we get a first taste of how this will work at E3? With just a few months to go until launch, and with multiplayer being such a big part of Halo, we're assuming it'll have a presence at the event.
And of course, the big question on everyone's minds is what the release date will be. It seems a safe bet to suggest we'll get one during the conference, but considering that the game has been delayed before, it might be that 343 chooses to wait until the last possible minute to give away the final date. We'll have to wait and see...
So, what do you think we'll get out of Halo Infinite at E3 this year? Let us know down in the comments below.