Halo Infinite Announced At Xbox's E3 Briefing

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The game is slated for a release on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.

Microsoft's cloud engineers are now working on a new game streaming network, which Spencer says will allow for "console quality gaming on any device", including mobile devices. Additionally, Xbox One owners can watch the briefing on their console using the Mixer app. Does this new trailer restore your faith in 343? Microsoft teased a new Halo game called Halo Infinite, "powered by the SlipSpace engine". The biggest being Gears of War 5 which has us return to the world of Sera.

That wasn't all, as Phil Spencer also announced that We Happy Few studio Compulsion Games would be joining the new lineup of studios.

Engineers at Microsoft are now working the next version of the company's Xbox console.

Microsoft adds five big gaming studios to its family, including Playground Games
Then there's Compulsion Games , the developer behind We Happy Few , which is also involved in this big video game love-in. And, for fans of these studios, the monetary support from Microsoft should help them put out some great new content.

Spencer promised that Microsoft is working on "Microsoft AI", new AI systems that will make games more "rich and immersive" in the future. We might see more from EA, Ubisoft, and Activision in addition to whatever Microsoft has cooking behind the scenes.

We got a chance to see our first look at the Division 2's new setting, Washington D.C., in the latest trailer for the game at Microsoft's E3 press conference.

As showcased on stage during the presentation, the game will take place in a shared world, where players will be roaming alongside other racers from all over the world on their own supercars.