Tomorrow will finally be the day that fans of the Master Chief and first-person shooter games can enjoy the highly anticipated campaign of Halo Infinite, one of the last great launches of this 2021 that is about to end.
However, this also comes to us with news that may not end up being to everyone’s taste: the physical edition disc does not contain the complete game. Or in other words, we will need to connect to the internet in order to complete the installation and we will not be able to access the adventure unless its servers allow us to do so.
My biggest complaint regarding Halo Infinite really is that the disc doesn’t contain a playable game. This’ll be the first Halo game you can’t really own as a standalone copy. This is not a good trend and I hope MS reconsiders things like this.— John Linneman (@dark1x) December 6, 2021
This is something that has been confirmed by John Linneman of Digital Foundry, who assures that the album “does not contain a playable game“, although some users who have already managed to get hold of a copy in advance also claim that this is so. And yes, this applies both when playing on Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.
Return of the Master Chief
Halo Infinite offer us an action adventure for PC, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One in which we will have to accompany the Master Chief on a dangerous mission that takes place in the Zeta Halo station. There, we will have to face the Outcasts and thwart their plans.
On Vandal We have already had the opportunity to play it in full and yesterday we published its analysis, where we commented that “343 Industries can take advantage of what it has achieved with Halo Infinite, signing the best installment of the saga since Bungie left it and one of the best games of all of 2021. “In addition, we remind you that its competitive multiplayer is free and its beta is now available for everyone.