It’s no secret that Halo Infinite is easily the biggest game coming soon to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S later this year, and that it’s also one of the most important releases for the franchise as a whole. There’s a lot riding on the game, as fans are hoping that Halo Infinite’s innovative campaign structure and sandbox-driven arena gameplay will return Halo to the limelight. Because of this, fans have been eagerly anticipating a release date for the game, but so far, one hasn’t come.
This is (partially) no longer the case, however, as Halo Infinite’s release month has potentially been revealed…by an advertisement for donuts. That’s right — a Tweet from the verified Xbox Mexico Twitter account has strongly suggested that the game will release during the month of November.
“Why wait for November if we can start the festivities now?” the advertisement reads. “Xbox Mexico and @MexKrispyKreme, we celebrate 20 years of the Master Chief with a special edition Halo Infinite donut. Available July 30.”
We were expecting the game’s release window to be publicly revealed soon since the winter season is only a few months away, but we have to admit that we weren’t expecting to learn about it this way. It’s pretty hilarious that we’re finding out about Halo Infinite’s potential November release window through a dessert ad, but we’re not complaining. We will be if those Halo Infinite donuts are exclusive to the Mexico region, though.
Halo Infinite is expected to launch for $60 on all current Xbox consoles as well as Windows 10 (and Windows 11) PCs. The singleplayer side of the game looks like it will cost $60, although the multiplayer will be free. The Halo Infinite beta is also going live for the first time from July 29 to August 1, so make sure you sign up to help 343 Industries test the game.
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