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Halo Infinite has now been rated in Australia, will have in-game purchases

As one of the most anticipated games of the generation, and certainly the most anticipated Xbox Series X game of the year, Halo Infinite‘s release really couldn’t come soon enough.

The first indication that we could well be coming close to an in-depth reveal and locked in release date comes by way of the game’s classification down under.

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The Australian Classification Board has submitted their finalised classification of Halo Infinite, which indicates a near-finalised version of the game has been submitted by Xbox Australia for assessment and classification by the board.

Halo Infinite‘s classification is M15+ for “violence, online interactivity and in-game purchases”. Not that it comes as much of a surprise, but we should definitely expect some microtransactions given the classification details.

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The most interesting thing to consider about the timing of this classification is that we don’t actually have a firm release date for Halo Infinite yet. With Gamescom set to kick off on August 24 and a PvE multiplayer and technical test done and dusted, 343 Industries could well be ready to really lift the curtain on the game, and hopefully announce a release date.

The rating also details the languages available in the game: Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish localisation.

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How awesome would a late-September/early-October release be? Here’s hoping for some big news to come out of Gamescom!

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