A week and a half ago, Windows Central published an article that said the problematic release of Cyberpunk 2077 on the previous generation consoles should alert Microsoft. The company should stop releasing Halo Infinite on Xbox One.
The decision now needs to be made: Halo Infinite should not be released on Xbox One for the fans’ sake, the money and the time they will spend on it. Some people may disagree, but it’s ultimately for the best.
The Xbox One is dead and must be forgotten before it can do more harm than good to people’s reputation and enjoyment of gaming. What’s the point of wasting money on a game you don’t like because your hardware just can’t handle it?
Now, on the Linkedin page of Halo Infinite senior design manager Chad Mirshak, they have found hints that the game may indeed miss a release on the last generation of consoles. Thus, the release will take place only on PC and Xbox Series.
Official information from Microsoft has not yet been reported.
Over the summer, 343 Industries announced that Halo Infinite would be out in at least a year. The team will spend the remaining time before the release on polishing the game, improving models, global illumination and calibrating the engine for open and closed spaces.