The Halo Infinite campaign and multiplayer may not appear at the same time. According to Xbox boss Phil Spencer, it is at least conceivable that these two elements of the first-person shooter could be available with a time delay. A final decision has probably not been made.
There have been rumors and speculations for some time that the development of the first person shooter Halo Infinite is allegedly plagued by major problems. Microsoft and 343 Industries have even postponed the game's release to next year. The action title may even appear in several parts. Xbox boss Phil Spencer recently brought up this variant during an interview with Kotaku magazine.
"Bonnie (Ross, the Halo franchise leader) and the team will make those decisions. But I think we want to make sure people feel like they're getting a real Halo experience. I think we do we can look a little closer at options of this kind. (…) So, yes. I think that's something we could think about. However, we want to make sure we're getting it right. "
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However, Spencer made it clear in the course of the interview that no final decision had been made in this regard and that everything was still open. Incidentally, the topic of "partial releases" is not completely new. Spencer had already announced in August that there were considerations to bring Halo Infinite onto the market in several stages (buy now ). In fact, everything seemed to indicate that Microsoft would have decided against it. But it seems that the last word has not yet been said on this matter.
Source: Interview with Kotaku
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