The underwhelming Halo 5, has given an opportunity to fix it’s mistakes with Halo Infinite. The anticipation Halo Infinite is tremendously exciting and bitter sweet. Halo 5 did not follow the same quality series release that fans have become accustomed to with Halo 1 through 4 and Halo Reach. It felt Halo 5 was rushed especially since is skipped split screen multiplayer which was a fan favorite four previous Halo games. Last E3 what’s a teaser for of which you’re just showing the gorgeous environments and graphical goodness to showcase the power of what Xbox One X is capable of, but it’s been a long time halo 5 has been out and we’re not getting the same sequential we are used to. So fans have been waiting way too long for this release of Halo 6. So if you’re going to keep us waiting then it better be really freaking good.
Halo 5 wasn’t what we wanted, but right now the Halo: The Master Chief Collection may be the best value in gaming. The Halo: The Master Chief Collection includes Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4. Nonetheless, there is alot of improvement to make from Halo 5, and that starts off with highly detailed environments and textures, to improving gameplay abilities and fluidness in multiplayer. We except only a phenomenal gaming experience that makes want to continue competing online.
The Xbox One originally launched without Halo 5 in 2013. The momentum of die hard Halo fans was put on paused for about 2 years as Halo 5 came out in 2015, all while the Xbox One did shortly came out with the Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Gears of War Ultimate Edition, with exclusives such as Forza Motorsport 7, Ryse: Son of Rome and Rising 3 which held our interest while we wait. Until then, Cheers and let’s hope we get Halo Infinite sooner than later!