Halo Infinite is a hit. As the official license account for Twitter just announced, the final episode will record the best start of the saga with more than 20 million players since its release. Of course, the availability of the title on the Xbox Game Pass has a lot to do with it.
Good news for Microsoft and 343 Industries, Halo Infinite stands out as one of the undisputed hits of the end of 2021 this year. As the official license of the license on Twitter has just announced, the final installment reached the best start of the saga with over 20 million players recorded after its release on December 8, 2021.
Great performance, especially when you know the title is coming from afar. It’s worth remembering that the first shots of the game did little to reassure players, outdated and failed graphical rendering failure. In the face of widespread criticism, Microsoft made a wise decision postpone the release of the game for a yearwhich gives 343 industry groups time to rectify the situation.
Halo Infinite is a hit thanks to the Xbox Game Pass
At the same time, Redmond had no room for error. The American company confirmed the availability of Halo Infinite in the Xbox Game Pass from the start, so the game had to succeed provide a great introduction to the gaming service and encourage players to subscribe. “More than 20 million Spartans have joined us so far, so we’re excited to announce that Halo Infinite is the largest release in Halo’s franchise history. announces official Halo account on Twitter.
It remains to be seen whether this chapter only includes the solo version of the title (sold for € 59.99) or whether it also includes players who have entered the game via an Xbox Game Pass and / or free multiplayer on Steam. Unfortunately, Microsoft like 343 Industries did not go into detail, but we suspect thatThe availability of the first day of the game on the Xbox Game Pass has helped its success tremendously.
For our part, we praised the experience offered by Halo Infinite its a stable, nervous and fun game. However, we noticed some pitfalls in its open, desperately empty world and condemned the lack of key features of the saga, such as the opportunity to do a collaborative campaign and the Forge mode. Unfortunately, we have to wait until May 2022 to take advantage of it.