Halo Infinite sees the return of the enduring multiplayer announcer
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer will function the return of a beloved announcer.
Within the new Ask343 video beneath, the Halo Infinite developer takes a deep dive into the audio design of the upcoming recreation. Partway by way of, it is confirmed that Jeff Steitzer, who has supplied multiplayer announcer voiceover for each Halo recreation since Halo 2, shall be returning to the multiplayer mode of Halo Infinite.
In case you aren’t conscious, Steitzer is usually beloved by Halo followers for his enthused announcer voiceover for mainline and spin-off Halo video games. Ever since debuting in Halo 2, Steitzer has gone on to offer announcer voiceover for each mainline Halo recreation since, in addition to each Halo Attain and Halo 3: ODST.
Elsewhere within the developer diary video, there’s discuss of how streamers and content material creators will have the ability to use Halo Infinite’s in-game music. 343 needs content material creators to have the ability to use all in-game music with out worry of DMCA notices or copyright strikes, and are presently laborious at work making an attempt to attain this.
There’s additionally notes about how battle music features in Halo Infinite. For instance, if you happen to’re miles away from an Elite, peppering them with sniper bullets, you will not get the identical participating battle music taking part in as you usually would if you happen to have been combating them up shut and private. It is a neat little contact that Halo Infinite’s devs are making to attempt to change up the sound design for the upcoming recreation.
Halo Infinite is presently scheduled to launch later this yr for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Collection X, and Xbox Collection S. Beforehand, an actor taking part in a personality within the sequel acknowledged it will be releasing in November 2021, however this has by no means been commented on or confirmed by 343 or Xbox.
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