Microsoft Corp. this week said Halo Infinite will be sold Fall 2021.
In the interim, developer 343 Industries will work to improve the visual fidelity of the title since it was previewed in July.
Improvements include better quality of global illumination, ambient occlusion, shadows, volumetric lighting, sky, atmosphere, facial animation, 3D models, shading models, shadowing algorithms, and post processing effects.
Finally, the developer confirmed the multiplayer portion will not include loot boxes or items that influence gameplay.
Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter developed by 343 Industries and SkyBox Labs.
The title will include the Master Chief in a battle against a ruthless foe.
Halo Infinite will support 120 frames-per-second graphics fidelity.
In addition, the multiplayer component will be free-to-play.
It will be sold for the Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.