Halo Infinite PC Overview Released

See how 343 Industries and Xbox Game Studios are making Halo Infinite into a great PC experience from the ground up with the latest overview for the game.

Taking everything we’ve learned from working on The Master Chief Collection, the Sandbox team at 343 Industries is poised to make Halo Infinite a truly PC-first experience from day one.

This group has worked closely with AMD engineers to optimize performance for AMD Ryzen Processors. This includes implementing changes that help Halo Infinite perform better on processors with high core and thread counts. Raytracing will also be brought to the game, and is one of their top development priorities post-launch. Note that more information regarding this will be released at a later date.

For those using Razer hardware, the title will benefit from Halo Infinite’s integration of Razer Chroma RGB, with in-game events triggering unique peripheral lighting around each event.

You can watch the video documentary below:

Halo Infinite | PC Overview

In addition to the PC, Halo Infinite will also come out for the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on December 8, 2021.

Source: Press Release
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