Halo Infinite is still in development for Xbox One. Shortly before Christmas, a developer from 343 Industries updated one of his professional profiles and accidentally or deliberately did not explicitly point out the Xbox One version of Halo Infinite.
Some people wanted to discover another indication that Microsoft could have cancelled the old console version of the sci-fi shooter. Which, of course, is nonsense.
The community manager of 343 Industries, John Junyszek, was forced to interrupt his well-deserved Christmas vacation to point this out to the fans. A worried gamer asked the man on Twitter if the Xbox One version of Halo Infinite might have been deleted, to which Junyszek annoyed replied, “No. Please let me enjoy my vacation.”
The ongoing discussion can be traced back to the unspectacular gameplay presentation of the action game last summer. Some players are still hoping that the title can always open up a few significant protections in the exhibition.
The hardworking developers cannot or do not want to present corresponding graphics gadgets pushed in this camp. Among other facts, the title should run on all possible Microsoft consoles and modern technologies could be held back by the outdated hardware of the last generation.
Microsoft has responded vehemently to such fears by stating that games can be supported on different consoles because developers can adapt technical details to specific versions. The question will occupy us for a while, and there is no question about it. The title will appear on Xbox One, PC and Xbox Series next fall according to the current status.