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. Now that it won't remain a launch title, nor will it be part of Microsoft's "Halo investment," it comes as no surprise that the studio has decided to release a trailer showcasing newer models of the body camera and movement in the game.

The video, titled "A Grave Not Far Away," introduces both the camera design and the movement motion types. It's no secret that the new motion capture motion types are considerably better than the older motions that came with the Xbox 360 version of Halo 4. Up until now, the game's animations were marked by stiff, stiff motion, as you can see in the preview trailer below. This new motion capture animation system, on the other hand, is fluid, fluid movement. Let me try to put that together in one word: breathtaking.

Be sure to keep an eye out for more footage of Halo Infinite as the previous preview package posted last night was just a visual introduction to the new motion capture system. Keep in mind that these are from a few days ago, so there are far more than the 60 seconds available on this teaser trailer. I'll be sure to post a teaser trailer of some sort whenever the amount of new movement is released, or whether the game is shown off at E3.


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