Halo Infinite was the first game shown during Microsoft's E3 press conference this year, and the trailer started out vague enough to make people second-guess exactly what they were watching, that is until a Warthog and Master Chief appeared (you can check out the teaser trailer below if you missed it last week).
Not much else has been revealed about the game, but now the title's official homepage has been updated with some information, including the news that the game will be Xbox One X enhanced and that it'll run in 4K resolution and have HDR support.
This was expected, but not confirmed. Although it also shows that it is an Xbox One title (and PC) and not targeted for a later console as some people have speculated. That said, we suspect that it might be updated for the next Xbox console as well, that is if it's released around the same time as the game. Time will tell on that front.
Also revealed during the conference was confirmation that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is heading to Xbox Game Pass, so if you're itching to jump back into the classic games in the series, expect a number of other players to get involved once the collection hits the subscription service.