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Halo Infinite Has Been Rated In Australia Making A 2021 Release Likely

But can they rate my level of excitement?

Halo Infinite has received its official rating from the Australian Classification Board. Finalised on August 10, Infinite has been given an M rating for “Science fiction themes and violence, online interactivity and in-game purchase.”

No release date is given as part of the classification but the rating itself is a positive sign that the game will indeed launch in 2021 as stated by Xbox and Phil Spencer.

The Classification Board recognises that Infinite contains mild impact themes and language, as well as moderate impact violence, but it looks like Chief is staying away from sex, nudity and drug use like the good Spartan lad he is.

Are you excited for Halo Infinite? Do you expect it to release in 2021? Let us know in the comments or on our social media.

Shoutouts to Video Game Chronicle

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