Halo Infinite OST tracks were leaked ahead of the big announcement. Two of the tracks were out there already, but thanks to @realAyitSevi, we now have a better look at what Halo Infinite’s OST could sound like. Youtuber Owl has complied with all the leaked tracks in the video below.
Originally, the video above had six tracks instead of five, but one of them turned out to be royalty-free music from Jericho by Ziv Moran. The simple mistake led numerous fans to reverse searching the audio to find matching samples, but the results came out negative. Furthermore, come from the meta construct site so all the hints point to a genuine Halo Infinite OST.
Halo’s OSTs have always stood out from the competition for being so memorable that they are deeply rooted in the gaming culture itself. They’re always the perfect match between the thrill of the fight and the calmness of the environment. The new tracks are a blend of nostalgic Halo OST combined with a freshness of a new game.
Halo Infinite has a lot of responsibility resting on its shoulder as it’s the massive conclusion to the second Halo Trilogy. Developers from 343 Industries have confirmed a ton of details in the previous newsletter, all of which suggest that Halo Infinite will take a huge leap forward without forgoing its roots. The story and the setting are the only details that are mostly under veils.
Halo Infinite was delayed to 2021 after disastrous gameplay reveal back in summer 2020. The team behind the game took the setback as constructive criticism and decided to polish the game further, even if that meant a year-long delay.
According to the latest leaks, Halo Infinite is set to release in November 2021 to meet the Holiday season demand. A Holiday 2021 release date could point at a summer 2020 reveal, which means we’re not very far from getting our first look at the revised Halo Infinite. Till then, let’s vibe to the Halo Infinite OST.