343 Industries' next-generation Halo title that was announced at last year's Xbox E3 show was given some more time in the spotlight today during Microsoft's 2019 E3 Briefing. Check out the Discover Hope in-engine Halo Infinite trailer above, where we see Master Chief being woken up by a UNSC soldier before finding a certain ring in shambles, all powered by the 343 Industries' new Slipspace engine.
Although we don't have much information to go on, 343 Industries said Infinite is a sequel to Halo 5: Guardians but will also be a spiritual reboot of the series, making it a "perfect starting point for new players."
"You’re arriving in the middle of a universe at war, with a sense of history underlying your entry into the world," said the studio in a blog post. "But it will also feel fresh, full of potential, and new adventure. We will weave in context and guideposts to understand your place in a new universe."
Fans will have to wait a while before they can get their hands on Halo Infinite, as it will be a launch title for Project Scarlett, Microsoft's next-generation gaming console that’s landing in 2020. The game will also be available on the current generation Xbox One consoles as well as Windows 10 PCs.