One of the most anticipated titles this year is none other than Halo Infinite. Two years ago the game was teased at E3, then teased again at E3 last year with a sentimental take.
In a recent posting, 343industries [343i] discussed mainly updates and community events for current Halo games. It looks that the summer of 2020 will be packing a lot of game variances for multiplayer. For Halo: The Master Chief Collection, they focused on the Halo Pro Series starting May 23rd. The series will be streamed online, rather than the in-person events we are used to. 343i is encouraging players and fans of the series to also register to compete with the best of the best. This is awesome news coming right off the heels of the Halo 2: Anniversary release on PC version of The Master Chief Collection.
For Halo 5: Guardians, 343i included community events. This looks to be continuous rotating match-types popular among the Halo community. This rotation started May 7th and runs through June 25th so far. July will be discussed on a further date.
However, the best news was saved for last. 343i confirms that Halo Infinite will be present at the July 20/20 event. While the game has been in speculation that it will be shown, it is good to hear that they will be delivering us news on the title. As of this moment, there is no indication if this will be a controller in hand gameplay or another tease as they have given over the past two E3 conferences.
Source: 343 Industries