Halo Infinite announced, powered by Slipspace Engine, coming to Windows 10

"With Halo Infinite we will join master chief on his greatest adventure yet to save humanity", head of Xbox Phil Spencer said after the initial trailer was revealed.

The game is being developed by 343 Industries in the new Slipstream Engine, which we don't know much about yet but it will undoubtedly be an improvement on past Halo engines.

The trailer starts off slow, showing slow, sweeping shots of the forest, the desert, and all sorts of verdant vistas before following a group of soldiers walking through arc-like ruins.

Microsoft debuted Halo Infinite during its 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo presentation today in Los Angeles.

Halo Infinite is in development for Xbox One. The lack of a number in the title and the name-drop of a new engine - dubbed "Slipspace" - also suggest this is no ordinary follow-up.

"The E3 demo showcases some of the exciting potential of this technology - everything you see is running in-engine", they wrote.

A brief teaser was shown, which depicted returning supersoldier Master Chief on what looks like Earth. You'll have to wait a bit longer, Halo fans. More to come as we know it.

Even more gaming news!