Halo Infinite is coming to PC, watch the first trailer here

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Microsoft kicked off their annual E3 press conference with a bang by revealing a cinematic trailer for 343 Industries' Halo Infinite.

And that engine will power the game for both Xbox One and Windows 10, a major step for the typically Xbox-focused franchise.

Update: Well, they didn't come back, and digging into the details a little further, this was merely an "engine trailer" for the Slipspace Engine.

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The trailer featured a breathtaking look at what appeared to be a mix between planet Earth and possibly the original Halo ring-planet. You'll have to wait a bit longer, Halo fans.

Halo Infinite will be a new Halo experience centered on the Master Chief that continues the current storyline. The game will run on Microsoft's new Slipstream Engine, but the game is so early in development that the company isn't even announcing a release year.

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