Here's Everything That Microsoft Announced at E3 2018

Here's Everything That Microsoft Announced at E3 2018

Here's Everything That Microsoft Announced at E3 2018

So it seems that it's finally time for a new chapter in the Halo saga, and it looks like we are getting one with Halo Infinite, which was revealed at the start of Microsoft's press conference.

Considering how much effort Microsoft has put into backward compatibility, I would expect the Scarlett devices to support current gen games but offer more advanced features and align possibly with Microsoft's upcoming game-streaming services.

As you can probably guess, Halo Infinite will be a Microsoft exclusive and only available on the Xbox One console family or Window PC. The initial release of Halo Infinite may only contain the single-player experience, with the multiplayer part of the game releasing quite a bit later.

Over the last six years, Playground Games has been helping to keep Microsoft's first-party efforts afloat with the Forza Horizon series. Microsoft also announced that it is in the process of acquiring another British developer, Leamington Spa-based Playground Games, which is best known for developing the Forza Horizon series and working on many core Forza Motorsport games.

Microsoft's E3 game was strong this year, but it also highlighted a key point: the publisher is probably gearing up for the next generation of consoles.

"The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite-the next chapter of the legendary franchise", Microsoft says.

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We all know that free Android games aren't always free these days, but many of them are very close if you have a little patience.

The E3 2018 kicked off with lots of blockbuster video game announcements. The EA Play event, which runs through Monday in Los Angeles, is offering live demos of its cloud-based game streaming service.

Sekiro now doesn't have any release date or window, but it will be releasing on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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