Halo Infinite: Xbox One version not discontinued according to the developer

Halo Infinite: Xbox One version not discontinued according to the developer
Only recently came the rumor that work on the Xbox One version of the first-person shooter Halo Infinite has allegedly been stopped. A corresponding indication of this was provided by the LinkedIn profile of a designer who is currently working on the action game at developer studio 343 Industries. There the entry "Xbox One" suddenly disappeared, which logically brought the rumor mill to a boil. But apparently nothing is wrong with the matter.

A little later, John Junyszek, one of the community managers of 343 Industries, spoke on Twitter to comment on the speculation. When asked by a follower whether the rumor about the discontinued Xbox One version of Halo Infinite (buy now) was true, he replied just as briefly as he was a bit annoyed:

"No. Please let me know Enjoy the holidays. "

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However, the Community Manager did not provide any further details. It is still not known when exactly the release of Halo: Infinite can be expected. It should be so far at an unspecified date in autumn 2021.

Source: Twitter