It has been known for a while that Halo: Infinite will be available on Xbox One in addition to Xbox Series X and PC. In an interview with MCVUK, Xbox Game Studios chief Matt Booty stated different first-party Series X titles could even be playable on Xbox One. Microsoft’s own Series X games will not be unique to that console for a while.
Halo: Infinite is a significant launch title for Series X. While its availability on Xbox One may make buying a new console only for that game appear considerably redundant, Booty famous Halo: Infinite builders 343 Industries and SkyBox Labs are “definitely going to be doing issues to take benefit” of Series X’s options. He didn’t expand on what meaning; however, given the upcoming console has hardware-accelerated ray tracing, variable refresh rate, and 8K capability, and it is cheap to imagine the builders will tap into these capabilities.
This approach of exclusivity ought to make the transition to Series X smoother. People who can’t afford to improve as soon as the console launches are not entirely left out. Where there is perhaps some third-party Series X exclusives on the outset, Xbox One owners will still have entry to several next-gen games — even before xCloud comes into play.