Halo Infinite Rated In Australia, Will Support 18 Languages At Launch
Halo Infinite is one of the most anticipated games for the Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC this year. While it doesn’t have a release date, there is a new update for the game after it was rated in Australia.
Halo Infinite was rated by the Australian Classification Board. This rating is significant for several reasons. The first one is that it is being rated just ahead of the Gamescom Event which is due on August 24. This means that Microsoft is gearing up for an announcement of the release date for the game.
The second is related to the language being supported by the game. Based on the rating, we can expect to see the game supporting Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish localization.
So what about the rating itself. The game is being rated Mature for “Violence, online interactivity and in-game purchases.” The in-game purchases can be purely cosmetics and not necessarily loot boxes. The Violence has been categorized as Moderate Impact while Themes and Language are listed as Mild Impact. There is no nudity, sex, or drug use, but that was expected.
Halo Infinite file size was recently leaked, however, it could be a photoshopped image as well. If you want to have a look at the game, you missed your chance since the technical preview has long ended. The game will be released in Fall 2021, however, a release date has yet to be finalized.