Halo Infinite: 343 denies canceled Xbox One version and release in 2022

  • Allegedly postponement to 2022 under discussion
  • The Xbox One version could be deleted
  • 343’s community manager denied

Update from August 26, 2020: On Twitter, 343 Industries’ Community Manager John Junyszek has denied the latest rumors.

In response to a comment, he referred to this information as “fake leaks”.

“We see a lot of fake leaks out there, so please don’t believe everything you read,” he writes. “There are no plans to change our release in 2021 or the devices and platforms we support. We design Halo Infinite to be the best it can be on every device / platform.”

Many players reacted positively to the alleged discontinuation of the Xbox One version, as they believed the game would benefit from it.

Hey Eric – we’re seeing lots of fake “leaks” out there, so please don’t believe everything you read. There are no plans to change our 2021 release or the devices and platforms we’ll be supporting. We’re building Halo Infinite to be the best it can be on each device / platform?

– John Junyszek (@Unyshek) August 25, 2020 Manage cookie settings

Original message from August 24, 2020: When will Halo Infinite be released? Officially, the shooter was last postponed to 2021.

According to a supposed insider, it could possibly take even longer.

“I’ve thought a lot about whether or not to post it, but after a few consultations with several different sources, I do,” writes “sponger” on the ResetEra forum.

“Microsoft / 343i are currently thinking a lot about discontinuing the Xbox One support for Halo Infinite,” continues Sponger. “Even the idea of ​​postponing it to early 2022 is on the table. Decision-making is pretty chaotic, but they believe they have to make the best Halo game ever.”

When asked about a verification of sponger, ResetEra moderator writes: Transistor: “I have spoken to sponger in the past. Sponger is definitely in a position to possibly know such things.”

Which is no hard and fast proof, but at least a hint. how do you see it? Do you think another delay and the discontinuation of the Xbox One version of Microsoft’s flagship title are realistic?

After the game was presented in the Xbox Games Showcase, there was criticism of the shooter’s graphics, to which the developers reacted later.

According to Phil Spencer, there was also a brief thought about releasing Halo Infinite in several parts.

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