How he evaluates in the world – Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite seems to have a thorny development. The new-generation Xbox launch event eventually became a one-year-late game, which also shattered into a stand-alone free-to-play multiplayer released two weeks ago, and a stand-alone paid single-player campaign to arrive on Wednesday.

The campaign has also fragmented the creators a bit and comes out without the iconic couch cooperation, which we have to wait for sometime next year. Despite all these turbulence, general enthusiasm comes from reviewers and Halo Infinite immediately joins the best rated game of the year.

Windows Central – 10/10

“While the 343 industries studio has been trying in vain to steer Halo in the right direction since the release of Halo 4 in 2012, with Halo Infinite it has finally hit its own wave. The game successfully honors the story, gaming and presentation heritage of Halo and at the same time brings new ideas to the experience, which breathe new life into the twenty-year series. “

Stevivor – 9,5/10

“Halo Infinite is a shining example of what Halo is all about, and at the same time it looks fresh, reinforced and very modern.”

Game Informer – 9,25/10

“Like many others, I am sad that Halo Infinite does not offer cooperative multiplayer at launch, just because it was the backbone of the series’ identity. It’s disappointing, but I have to evaluate the game I have in front of me, not the features I would like it to have. And by that measure, Halo Infinite is a success. Whether you want a big, mysterious sci-fi adventure or the opportunity to engage in intense PvP, Halo Infinite hits where it makes sense, heralding a new era for one of the world’s most famous gaming streaks. ”

The Gamer – 9/10

“If the campaign continues with similarly intimate stories around Master Chief and The Weapon, then I can’t wait for them, because the potential for expansion is unlimited. Multiplayer is spectacular, although it faces the initial problems of becoming a model of the game as a service. Striking shooting, reactive movement and dependence on teamwork remain at the core, and that’s all Halo Infinite needs to win. As a man who grew up as a blabbering fan, I have a great feeling that the Master Chief is once again bringing an adventure that is worthy of his iconic status. ”

GameSpot – 9/10

“Halo Infinite is trying to change what it means to be Halo when he makes Chief a reluctant father figure for young and naive artificial intelligence and puts him in the open world. It turned out that it was a series of risks that were worth taking because Infinite is an incredible game. Some of the story elements are weaker, and thanks to the amazing Grappleshot, the rest of the Chief’s outfits look a little underdeveloped, but these are just minor flaws in what else seems to be the best Halo campaign in recent years and an excellent evolution of what Halo can be. “

IGN – 9/10

“The single player campaign at Halo Infinite is exactly what this series needed. It brings the best of Master Chief’s unique and satisfying fighting style while using old ideas to create new memorable moments. Although her story lags behind new and experienced players, it was worth the six-year wait. “

PC Gamer – 8/10

“Halo Infinite is a really good Halo. For fans of Bungie games like me, Halo Infinite is a strong return to form, and in the turmoil, it’s the best running and shooting the series has ever had. It’s painfully easy to imagine a world where Infinite could easily be one of my favorite parts. But between an open world that seems pretty unnecessary and a story that can’t get rid of the series’ luggage, the Halo Infinite campaign is just lagging behind to become a great Halo. “

ScreenRant – 7/10

“Unfortunately, while the Halo Infinite campaign is undoubtedly worth playing, multiplayer games are more: wait and see. If the many problems fail to be resolved in time – or if the studio does not offer at least a comprehensive plan to deal with glaring trouble – then this magnificent Halo’s return can quickly erupt. It’s a shame, because Halo Infinite multiplayer is really amazing, but where it fails, it’s free. “

Eurogamer – recommended

“Halo Infinite’s transition to a kind of open world is, to a large extent, a successful springboard for Halo’s new bold future.”

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