The voice of the Arbiter character in the Hilo series recently said in a short sentence in response to a user tweet, which has led to speculation among some fans about the return of this important character to Halo Infinite.
Halo Infinite, one of the most important works under construction for Microsoft’s ninth generation consoles, is set to hit countless fans on an unspecified date in the fall of 2021. We now know that Masterchev himself, the protagonist of the series, the character Escharum and many other familiar figures from the world of Hilo, return to the latest version of the game. However, the developers have not yet commented on whether players can hope to see the Arbiter character. Now, although no new official information has been released from 343 Industries Studios, a new tweet posted by the character’s voice actor Keith David has made some fans think that this important character will most likely return to Hilo Infinity.
A Twitter user asks David if he can tell if he’s on Hilo Infinity (as an Arbiter voice actor). In response to this user’s tweet, he just writes a short sentence: “I have to kill you!” This sentence certainly does not reveal specific information, and it is very difficult to guess David’s intention to say it. However, it seems that some fans of Firefighters are busy finding the meaning of his words. They think that this sentence means that the character of the arbiter is involved in the story of the game; Keith David, meanwhile, seems to have joked with other users by saying a dialogue from Arbiter, in the form of the voice actor.
At present, it is not possible to comment on the correctness or incorrectness of the theory put forward by some proponents. Perhaps Keith David’s statement can be interpreted as saying that the presence and role of the Arbiter character in Halo Infinite is currently a mystery. Some users have also pointed out that David has not denied Arbiter’s presence at Infinite, and this could confirm his return.
Arbiter was the second most important character in Halo 2 and Halo 3 after Mr. Chief, and also appeared as a supporting character in Halo 5: Guardians. He is the third most well-known and popular character in the Hilo series after Mr. Chief and Cortana, and many fans of this first-person shooter series want him back, even in a smaller role.
Halo Infinite is set to be released on an unspecified date in the fall of 2021 for the Xbox One, Xbox X Series, Xbox S and PC platforms.
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