These days, the internet is wild. We have heard that Halo Infinite’s multiplayer would not be ready for its launch in 2020. However, 343 Industries has talked about this matter, and they told us we have got nothing to worry about. Brian Jarrard, the community director of the company, stated that Halo Infinite’s multiplayer was not delayed: “nothing to see here folks, this is not true.”
The rumor came after the gameplay reveals Halo Infinite’s campaign, which took place during the Xbox Games showcase. 343 did not say a thing about any multiplayer, but they did say that the reveal will come at a later date. That’s when the rumors began.
The series began back in 2001, and it has given us a look at what Halo and Master Chief would look like in the future.
According to the head of the studio, Chris Lee, Halo Infinite will also be such a high starting point for the new fans. It seems that this new entry will be more of a spiritual reboot.
Moreover, Halo Infinite will be the start of a “platform for the future” for the Halo series. This also means that there probably would not be a Halo Infinite 2/Halo 7 in the near future. Halo Infinite is “the start of the next ten years for Halo,” according to the studio. It would not be a live service game, but there will be new stories told throughout this new game.
Halo is a military science fiction game that was developed by 343 Industries, which is a division of Xbox Game Studios. The series was first developed by Bungie, and the original series focuses on an ongoing war between humans and aliens.
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