Microsoft has finally announced the launch date of its new gaming console for which the game-lovers are waiting patiently for quite a while.
Xbox Series X which was vaguely quoted to be launched during the Holiday season of this year will be coming out in the market in November 2020. And the company’s Marketing Manager, Aaron Greenberg, announced the same by sharing the official blog post of the Xbox on his social media handle.
Xbox Series X Launches this November with Thousands of Games Spanning Four Generations https://t.co/mVkdz7HaQV
— Aaron Greenberg 🙅🏼♂️❎ (@aarongreenberg) August 11, 2020
The main charm of the new Xbox is the range of diverse games that the company is offering and bringing ‘Halo Infinite’ on the platform, the trailer of which was released a few weeks back, making the gamers go frenzy over it.
According to the new statement of the company, now ‘Halo Infinite’ will be released in 2021 to ensure that the development team has adequate time to deliver the gaming experience that stays true to the objective of the prestigious company.
The decision to shift the release date was mostly taken due to the ongoing pandemic condition which hampered the work culture of the ‘Halo Infinite’ developers.
The Studio Head of ‘Halo Infinite’, Chris Lee also issued an apology letter to the gaming community of the world which was shared on the social media page of the gaming company.
Halo Infinite Development Update pic.twitter.com/TFZvXhRN9f
— Halo (@Halo) August 11, 2020