The Arbiter May Be Coming To Halo Infinite

Since Halo Infinite was delayed after backlash to the game’s trailer, fans have been starving for information regarding the next (and final?) game in the series. True to form, some people took to Twitter to ask some of the series’ actors if they will be in the game—this led to speculation that the Arbiter will be part of Halo Infinite.

Halo Infinite was originally supposed to launch in conjunction with the release of the Xbox Series X back in November. However, upon seeing the state of the graphics in the game’s reveal trailer, fan reaction prompted both Microsoft and 343 Industries to delay the game until upgrades could be made. As far as we know, though, the storyline has been completed and all that’s left to do is cleaning up the technical side of things.

343 Industries made a commitment to be more open and communicative about the game’s progress after announcing the delay, but there has been a lack of concrete news about what we can expect. This isn’t surprising, considering that we are a year away from launch, but it can be frustrating. It may also be the reason that some fans took to Twitter to ask Keith Davis, the actor behind the Arbiter, if he is in Halo Infinite.

Being the consummate professional, the thespian neither confirmed nor denied that he would be in the game. Instead, he opted to borrow half of a line from the movie Top Gun and implied that if he revealed any information, he would have to then kill the person he told. Of course, when this line was given in Top Gun, Tom Cruise’s character was talking about an event that actually happened and the line was done in order to flirt with the film’s lead actress.

The implication is that David will indeed make an appearance in Halo Infinite, but that he’s “flirting” with the fan base and not going to disclose anything. Halo Infinite is supposed to be the platform to tell stories from the Halo universe for the next ten years, so it would be more surprising if the Arbiter didn’t show up at least once. Still, we are all going to have to wait and see.

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