The final installment of the Microsoft Halo Infinite behind-the-scenes video series on the audio and sound of the game has been released, and is a delight.
The video shows a cute pug named Buddy whose owner is a programmer from developer 343 Industries. The very good boy entered the study where he started eating snacks and dragged around, all captured by the sounds to be used in the new generation Halo game.
Buddy is, in fact, the second pug to have his sounds recorded in Halo Infinite. In September 2019, 343 presented the registration process for a cute pug named Gyoza.
As far as I’m concerned, it appears that Gyoza and Buddy will provide sounds for certain types of aliens in Halo Infinite, but we won̵
343 Industries’ “Sound Design Saturday” audio series has been running for about a year and offered a behind-the-scenes peek of what is likely to be one of the biggest games of 2020.
“We hope you have enjoyed a behind-the-scenes look with our Audio Team over the past year. We look forward to seeing and hearing more about Halo Infinite in the coming months,” said 343.
The previous installments of the series showed the various sounds of weapons and the sounds of vehicles that will be present in Halo Infinite. Other videos focused on the gigantic explosions that 343 led to the desert.
Halo Infinite will be shown appropriately during the Xbox 20/20 event in July, and that’s a big deal because Microsoft hasn’t shown any gameplay with the title at all. A cinematic trailer was released in June 2019, but that’s all we’ve seen so far. Halo Infinite, which is a launch title for the Xbox Series X, is the first major new Halo game since 2015 Halo 5: Guardians.
In addition to the Xbox Series X, Halo Infinite will be released on Xbox One and regular PCs.
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