Jun 13, 2021
E3 2021: Microsoft shows off Halo Infinite, Starfield and Forza Horizon 5
A new Forza racing game and the Xbox release of Flight Simulator were also among the 30 titles revealed. A preview released in July 2020 was widely criticised by fans of the game as looking unpolished, with enemy character models labelled as crude and reminiscent of older games, rather than a next-gen title. Sunday's video showed off the series hero Master Chief meeting a new AI character, as the two discussed a mystery around the fate of Cortana, the game's other long-running protagonist. Sticking to plans to make the multiplayer part of the game a free-to-play package, not needing a purchase of the main product, Microsoft said it would release it alongside the main game for the Christmas shopping season. A new game mode would allow players to create their own challenges - such as a "Bowling alley" map where players drove through bowling pins and over ramps.
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