Updated: December 9, 2020 at 5:44:41 p.m.
Many video games have been delayed due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic. One such game that gamers are eagerly awaiting is Hello Infinity, which has got a new release window for Fall 2021 after a long delay. This means that the gamer will have to be patient for another year before playing the sixth main line hello.
Hello Infinity was initially slated to launch back in November with Microsoft’s next-gen console, the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. However, at the time, the game was delayed without an official release window being announced. Now, developer 343 Industries has announced via a blog post that the game is launching in the fall of 2021. The company says Covid-19 is one of the factors that “contributes to the development challenges.” It also said it was not asking its employees to work overtime to meet deadlines.
Now that the game has been delayed for almost a year, many people will be disappointed with the wait. Many took to social media platforms to show off. However, a long delay could be what the game needs to get to the required level and present the critique that was brought back in July against the gameplay trailer.
We have seen similar delays for Cyberpunk 2077 just released. However, initial reviews indicate that there have been some minor bugs in the recent past that could have been removed with a longer development period.
On the original gameplay trailer release, there was a non-player character named Craig, a deadness equation and a lack of visual fidelity throughout the game. In announcing the delay, the company has also announced that it will address the issue and all non-player characters will look very different at launch.
In addition, 343 Industries has unveiled our first look at the upcoming game’s multiplayer maps. Hello Infinity will now launch in the fall 2021 on Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
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