It was previously leaked that the next Halo game, which would be announced at E3 would be named "Halo: Infinity", which was pretty close to the final result.
The teaser also shows a Warthog, the beloved offroad vehicle from previous "Halo" games, as well as a quartet of people. We are taking the time we need to make the right game and are making changes to how we approach things this time around. The title is being made on a new engine named SlipSpace, which seems to be custom built for the new title, as its name is what the Halo universe occupants use for faster-than-light travel.
There are no details on when the game is coming, or even just what Halo Infinite is, though there are a few potential clues we can pull from its reveal.
Microsoft could be on the verge of buying GitHub
The site stores valuable code for thousands of developers and companies, and also can track major trends in the software industry. GitHub funder and former CEO Chris Wanstrath will become a Microsoft technical fellow and work on strategic software initiatives.
Blue Jays could learn a thing or two from the Red Sox
Manager Alex Cora said Thursday that Pedroia will come off the disabled list for a weekend series at Fenway Park against Atlanta. When Herb Brooks was crafting the 1980 Olympic hockey team, he left a number of the most skilled players off his roster.
India clocks world's fastest GDP growth in Q4
It also predicted a deceleration in China's growth rate, estimating a 6.6 per cent growth in 2018, down from 6.9 per cent in 2017. Possibly, the biggest risk could be rising crude oil prices, which this month hit $80 a barrel, their highest since 2014.
Tardy Trump Disrupts G-7 Gender Equality Meeting
Trump called the summit a "one time shot" for Kim, but expressed optimism at the beginning of talks with the North Korean regime. However, Peskov also stressed that no specific agreement had been reached about holding a summit between Trump and Putin.
Flash flood threat the next few days
Alberto was moving slowly up the Gulf coast, traveling at 8 miles per hour , up from 6 miles per hour at the 8 a.m. advisory. Meteorologists are calling Alberto a 'subtropical storm .' What the heck is that? Landfall was expected later Monday .