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The past week has seen some bad press Infinite Halo, largely thanks to the announcement that the game will not have a campaign co-op and Forge at the launch. Fans had been hoping that Microsoft would soften the blow by quickly announcing the release date of the game and perhaps showing more new photos at yesterday’s Xbox Gamescom show, especially with 343 Industries having said the game’s launch date will be announced “very soon.” Unfortunately, that didn’t happen.

Earlier today, however, leaks emerged suggesting that Infinite Halo release date will be December 8. Now, Tom Warren of The Verge reports, according to a source familiar with Microsoft’s plans, that the release date revealed is indeed correct, and that it will be announced at the Gamescom Live Opening Night later today. It remains to be seen whether we will finally see more gameplay photos from the campaign, or whether there will be any updates regarding the next beta multiplayer, but it looks like the release date will likely get was finally published.

It was confirmed that there were several other games in the show as well. There will be over 30 game announcements and updates over two hours, with people like Death Strand Director Call of Duty: Vanguard, cut the next St. row game, Sifu, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and more. Stay tuned for more updates.


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