It’s quite unusual to see that games like Halo Infinite which are AAA games are taking on brand deals and marketing promotions. The previous month, it was revealed that Halo Infinite is with a partnership with Monster Energy. This will offer the players double XP along with a great chance to win the all-new Xbox Series X with the game packed in it. The promotion will be continuing despite the fact the Microsoft has delayed the release of this highly-anticipated game.
So now, Halo Infinite has been delayed until 2021 but the date remains unknown. The delay has taken place because of the problems and issues faced by the development team during the pandemic of COVID-19. This announcement was made, along with the one that revealed that Xbox Series X will be dropping this November. Also, Monster Energy tweeted two days ago that despite the cancellation of public gatherings, the promotion will still happen.
Here is the Tweet:
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— Monster Energy (@MonsterEnergy) August 14, 2020
The players will be able to redeem their codes that will be provided on the limited-edition Halo Infinite can sin between September 1 and December 31, 2020. And, the content will be made available once the titles have been launched.
Also, Monster Energy said that the fans might receive a code for download. This will happen when the game will be released in 2021. Well, some people think that the delay of Halo Infinite is a blow for Xbox Series X.
However, there are some for whom the delay isn’t that bad. There are some who have applauded the developers to ask for more time. Also, 343 Industries will be getting a bit more time to improve their title and give their best in Monster Energy’s promotions.
Halo Infinite is expected to release sometime in 2021. The game will be playable on the PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.