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Halo Infinite was announced for PC alongside the console version back at E3. It won’t be the first Halo game to come to computers, but it’s the first to be announced and, presumably, developed from the ground up right beside the Xbox edition. 343 Industries is still cagey on providing many details about the game, but a new developer stream offers a bit of insight on what to expect.
You likely already know about GameFly, this is a subscription service that allows gamers to rent video games and send them back when they are done. As a result, gamers can enjoy some of the latest video game titles on the cheap while enjoying them completely without the worry of needing to send it back prior to completing the game. Now the service is sending out some of their stock by discounting video games for sale which means if you didn’t enjoy some of the biggest video game titles of this year, you now have the chance to pick up a copy at a heavily discounted price.
There are several big name video game titles that receive a Christmas themed update which can alter various cosmetics to characters and levels. Rockstar Games will do this with their Grand Theft Auto Online video game where players can enjoy snowball fights or areas filled with snow. Carrying over the same fun and joy, Rockstar Games has released a Christmas themed update for the latest installment, Red Dead Redemption 2. Now, this particular update was made note of by a YouTuber who found that the developers went into each saloon and made on little change.