The cover art was released by the developer through the official Halo Twitter account. It showcases series protagonist Master Chief in the forefront, while the background features the iconic Halo Array can be seen across a massive open landscape.
Fan have also pointed out that the Halo Infinite bears box art bears a striking resemblance to the box art from the first title in the series, Halo: Combat Evolved. Official wallpaper version of the art is available on the Halo website.
Check out the cover art below.
— Halo (@Halo) July 22, 2020
Fans have also been quick to notice that a reflection in Master Chief’s visor has a figure reminiscent to one of The Banished brutes from Halo Wars 2. Recently, a teaser for the game appeared on the Halo Twitter page with an audio message, hinting the return of the enemy faction.
Another element fans have analysed is that Master Chief appears to be wearing a grappling hook on his wrist. Rumours of the equipment emerged after a report compiled by VG247 highlighted that a known Halo insider had revealed grappling hooks could be appearing in the game.
All answers are set to be revealed during Microsoft’s Xbox Games Showcase, which will deliver gaming information for the upcoming Xbox Series X. Included will be premieres on new titles, updates on already announced games and a confirmed reveal for Halo Infinite.
The show is set to start at 5pm BST. This event is said to also contain many new announcements and reveals for brand new games. The show is reported to have no hardware information and will solely focus on games.