Isn’t the Show Based on Video Game Content?
Halo Infinite has been slow to keep the content fresh. The developers know that players are sick of waiting around. With a barrage of delays and reassessments of timelines, they really need to work hard to stay in the fans’ favor.
On a different plane of Halo media, the TV series on Paramount+ has launched. Generally, the two episodes that are out have received mixed reviews. However, there is still time in the season to see if this is the live-action Halo we have been waiting for.
According to an interview with The Washington Post, 343 Industries’ Community Director Brian Jarrard says that we will be seeing some crossover in Halo Infinite. Obviously, the Halo TV series is based on the video games, but apparently, players will see something from the show appear in the live service game.
It’s hard to imagine what kind of content 343 Industries has in mind for Halo Infinite. Perhaps we will see an armor set from one of the Spartans in the show or a map based on one of the locations. Maybe players will get a helmet skin that’s just Pablo Schreiber’s head. Either way, with high priority features like co-op and Forge Mode still in the pipeline, any content from the TV series could be a ways away.
If 343 Industries does end up announcing crossover content sooner than later, it would likely be simple cosmetic things, such as player cards. Larger projects like playable maps would obviously take more time. Halo Infinite is available on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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