Halo Infinite supposedly runs with hardware.
New messages indicate that Microsoft will open two new Xbox hardware platforms during the E3 201
Reported by the French website Jeux Video (via Google Translate), Scarlet's seven next-generation Xbox equipment will allegedly be featured on E3 2019 and is scheduled to be launched by the end of 2020. The site claims that the rumors that Scarlet has two platforms, the weaker the Lockhart console and the more powerful Anaconda console, are also loyal. They will allegedly be announced along with rumors of a partnership between Nintendo and Microsoft.
In addition, Halo Infinite, announced on the E3 2018, will be reported launching along with these new console, but will also be available on the Xbox One. Finally, Ninja Theory, one of the newly acquired Microsoft studios, is supposedly releasing a new game in early 2020 that is likely to be for the Xbox One, not the Scarlet consoles.
Thurott published a similar report arguing that the complaints will be made public on E3 2019 and claims that they will be launched in the fall of 2020, along with Halo Infinite, which allegedly has more RPG elements than previous Halo titles. Thurott claims that Microsoft is unlikely to discuss pricing at E3 2019 and that the company is starting to block what it will announce in its main release.
Of course, they still remain rumors, and nothing else is supposedly Lockhart and Anaconda
However, if it turns out to be true, it will fit in with what Xbox's head Phil Spencer said last month, saying that Microsoft "will so great on E3 as we have ever
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