Halo Infinite Will Feature Ray Tracing, HDR And FreeSync On PC; See The Details

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Halo Infinite will make its debut on PC and Xbox at the same time, a milestone for the Master Chief franchise. With that in mind, Microsoft released this week some of the features that PC gamers will be able to take advantage of in the game, from its launch to the first updates.

For starters, the developer announced that it has officially partnered with AMD to bring Halo Infinite to the PC. This means the promise of a specially dedicated optimization on Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics cards – from the RX 6000 series to be exact. This even includes a new special edition Radeon RX 6900 XT GPU with a game-inspired look:

But following what all PC players will be able to enjoy:

FreeSync
Razer Chroma RGB compatibility
HDR
Ray tracing after release

In its official post, Microsoft talks a lot about the importance of having brought Halo: The Master Chief Collection to the PC as a way to prepare for the launch of Halo Infinite as a game really thought of since its origin on the platform. The feedback from the public and the optimizations that were made to the collection went a long way to inform the development of the new release.

Taking advantage of the partnership with AMD, anyone interested in upgrading through the brand can enjoy a month of Xbox Game Pass on PC for free, with the purchase of a Radeon card or an eligible Ryzen processor.