It seems Halo Infinite will be progressing a bit fast, and perhaps the game could become even better. In a new update on Halo Waypoint, the blog addressed that two Halo Veterans have offered to help hands. Pierre Hintze and veteran Joseph Staten will join the development team. Here are their roles.

Perre Hintze, will lead Halo Infinite team for Free to play experience. According to the blog, “Perre Hintze and his team have demonstrated an amazing ability to deliver new content, an excellent flighting program, and substantive updates across MCC over the past year. We look forward to having his expertise directly on the Halo Infinite team as we look to deliver a quality Free-To-Play multiplayer experience for everyone.”

On the other hand, Joseph Staten who fully filled the cinematics role in the first three halo games at Bungie will now lead the project for 2021 Release. Joseph Staten coming back could be really helpful, as the halo blog describes he has worked at Bungie for nearly all Halo and Destiny games.

“If you enjoy Halo’s storylines, characters, and overall universe, he’s definitely one of the key people you have to thank. As product lead on Halo Infinite, however, Joseph will be focused on supporting the campaign team’s existing, talented, creative leaders and ensuring they have everything they need to create an awesome Halo game. His return to the franchise excites me and we’re all looking forward to having him on board!” Reads the post.

Previously, we heard the Halo Infinite and Xbox One Saga. When a resetera user reported that the game could be dropped on the platform due to development issues. Yesterday a Halo Developer said that this won’t happen and the statement was false. Anyhow, we are hopeful the game will be really good and will make it to an early 2021 release.

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