Halo Infinite is Microsoft's upcoming and highly-anticipated entry in the Halo franchise. While the game was initially supposed to be a launch title for the Xbox Series X|S consoles, it was delayed following a lukewarm reception to gameplay reveal. Nevertheless, Halo arrives on November 6th in North America and October 26th in Europe. Subsequently, Microsoft has announced an all-new limited edition edition, which will ship with a manual and Assassin's Creed: Ezio Collection disk. In addition to Halo 5: Guardians, the previous major Halo game Spartan Ops will also be releasing on the regular Xbox One on October 27th. No word on whether or when Halo Infinite's release window will be extended, however.

Xbox Boss is calling Halo Infinite's multiplayer gameplay release window 'Ridiculous', suggesting Halo Infinite will fail to hit all of its game release window concerns. Furthermore, he suggests that a Halo-specific season pass will be released, but believes this will be no different from season passes in other "huge" series. The main conflict is that he likes Halo and believes in Bungie's cutscenes, and he does not like their multiplayer design. However, it is still unclear if this will change the game's engine or how non-Halo elements will be integrated. Additionally, Moses wasn't philosophically against a single-player campaign for Infinite either, perhaps hinting at commendable choices made between the two.

Fox News personalities Megyn Kelly and Bill O'Reilly were on a quarrelsome Twitter tirade Monday, after Kelly observed that O'Reilly merely is defending a belief that there is "no evidence that [homosexual acts are] a choice."

How ironic that @BillOReilly is prone to emphasize acceptance of heterophobes http://t.co/I4qyj03eZp #sOTW — Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) April 18, 2014

Mediaite reported that, due to comments made by Progress Now colleague Erin Schrode, Kelly asked: "Is there an ulterior motive on the part the Principal of Re Westminster English?" O'Reilly replied with a sarcastic "yes."

"Why is it that everyone and their mother (most of them, I might add) but conservatives-but refuses to accept gender fluidity?" Kelly wrote.

O'Reilly then had a pointed response to the fact that pro-gay conservatives are more liberal than their pro-family brethren, and broadcasts a voice-over proclaiming that children will grow up to be "specially tolerant, thoughtful [people]," proving he knows what he's talking about. Kelly accused him of "being a hypocrite":

"You think you speak for children and you think the post students debate is equivalent
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