Halo Infinite Behind The Scenes Video Shows 343 Industries Capturing Sound Effects And Explosions

"And boom goes the dynamite".

Halo Infinite news may have gone a little bit cold in recent weeks after the game's delay into 2021, but developer 343 Industries posted a fun development update via Twitter.

Uploading a behind the scenes video, the team has shown off how the sounds of battle are being captured, and it looks like a dream job.

Halo Infinite Behind The Scenes Audio Capture

Check out the tweet below.

As you can see, the team are setting up mics and recording triggered explosives, so maybe don't try this at home.

We've previously heard about a Pug offering its voice talent to the game's alien characters, and we've also heard some of the stunning soundtrack which is being worked on by Ori and The Blind Forest composer Gareth Coker.

Audio has always been important in the Halo franchise, and anyone that owns the Master Chief Collection should definitely check out the included behind the scenes documentary about remaking Halo 2 for an insight into the weapon sounds.

The game's development has been under scrutiny recently, with Halo Infinite being delayed to 2021.

A further report suggested that the delay was due to heavy outsourcing to third-party development studios, but the team recently confirmed that the game is on track for 2021 and will still come to Xbox One.

The team even recruited a Halo legend to help with development.

Speaking of legendary Halo games, don't forget that Halo 3: ODST is now available for PC players in the Master Chief Collection.

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