Halo: Infinite – Xbox One version is reportedly about to end

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The first person shooter Halo: Infinite may not appear on Xbox One as planned. According to a recent rumor, 343 Industries is currently considering releasing the action game exclusively for the Xbox Series X in order to meet the high expectations.

The first person shooter Halo: Infinite may appear exclusively for the Xbox Series X. At least a current rumor from the ResetEra user called "sponger", which the presenters there have confirmed to a legitimate source, suggests. According to his statements, the development studio 343 Industries is seriously considering the idea of ​​stopping work on the Xbox One version of the action game in order to best meet the fans' high expectations of the project.

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According to him, 343 Industries currently have some problems with the development of the Xbox One version. The team supposedly can't do it that way, Halo: Infinite (buy now) to run on the console in 1080p resolution. In fact, the resolution achieved so far is even below the 900p mark. There are also sometimes significant problems when loading assets. Therefore, the development team may decide to focus on the Xbox Series X version to deliver the best possible product.

A statement or even confirmation of this report is pending, so you should be careful with the whole thing. However, a few days ago there were some problems with the development of Halo: Infinite. In addition, 343 Industries recently postponed the release of the first-person shooter to 2021 because the team needed more time to complete. We will of course keep you up to date on this.

Source: ResetEra

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