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March 2021 – Page 35 – GamingHub
Halo Infinite Release Date Potentially Revealed By Actor
Other / 25. 3. 2021

Earlier this month, 343 Industries shared a ton of new information about Halo: Infinite regarding weather transitions, a more immersive world environment, and more. It looks like development is coming along nicely after the team delayed the launch, moving it away from being an Xbox Series X day one title following criticisms of its gameplay and graphics during a reveal late last year. We still don’t have any official Halo: Infinite release date news specifically, but an actor reportedly tied to the game said with hefty confidence that it was pushed back until November of this year.  Actor Verlon Roberts recently sat down with the Fadam and Friends podcast to talk more about what’s going on in the Roberts’ world. Roberts, who is reportedly playing Spartan Griffin in Halo: Infinite, commented that the release has been pushed back again and is now slated for a November window. You can hear his commentary near the 10-minute mark in the video below:  Click here to watch embedded media For those unfamiliar with the Halo-verse, Spartan Griffin was first introduced in the companion novel Shadows of Reach. This character hasn’t been officially revealed yet from 343 Industries for Infinite, so the release window…

Two New Xbox Series X Wireless Controllers Revealed With Electric Volt and Daystrike Camo
Other / 25. 3. 2021

Microsoft loves having an extensive Xbox Wireless Controller line, even beyond the ability to make them yourself through the Xbox Design Lab. The latest two to be added to the lineup are another camo design and the radioactive Electric Volt. We’ve got our first look at the two new Xbox Series X wireless controllers below.  The first controller shown off is the Electric Volt. It looks like the bright yellow Spearmint gum brand, so I kind of dig it. It’s definitely a strong pivot for the brand, colorwise. No special designs can be seen, just a color choice, but it was definitely created in a way where you won’t lose it. Just look for a controller that looks like it has lit the beacons, and it’s Gondor calling for aid:  “Inspired by the energy and vibrance often found in athletic apparel and sneaker design, the Xbox Wireless Controller – Electric Volt is the newest color in the current generation of Xbox controllers,” says the latest Xbox Wire blog post ahead of its arrival on April 27 for $64.99.  The second controller revealed is more in line with previous designs. Xbox loves its camo, and the latest Daystrike Camo Special Edition controller definitely carries on that tradition.  This is the third Xbox Wireless…

MLB The Show 21 Preview – Stadium Creator, Road To The Show, And How The Game Has Improved
Other / 25. 3. 2021

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Developer: Sony Interactive Entertainment Release: April 20, 2021 Rating: Everyone Platform: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One Every year, MLB The Show attempts to shore up any shortcomings and build on the successes of the product from the prior year. 2021 represents not only the first step into the new generation of consoles, but also the first time the Sony-developed franchise comes to Xbox platforms. But MLB The Show 21 doesn’t stop with those steps forward. I had a chance to see the game in action and learn about the biggest enhancements made in this year’s game. Gameplay Improvements MLB The Show 21 adds myriad improvements to make the on-the-field experience better. After you select your favorite team, you’ll be greeted by a new Gameplay Styles menu that asks you to choose between Casual, Simulation, and Competitive options. Casual is built around the pick-up-and-play style for series newcomers, complete with on-boarding experiences that give you tutorials of pitching, hitting, and fielding. Simulation focuses on the in-game ratings of players as well as your stick skills to determine the outcomes of games. Meanwhile, Competitive, which is now the default for online head-to-head play, relies on…