On debut, Halo Infinite left a lasting impression on the series. Halo: Combat Evolved was indeed a breath of fresh air after a succession of disappointing titles, and the cooperative beta’s launch at that very time last year was huge. In addition to Master Chief’s return, the cooperative alien-shooter that marked the beginning of internet gaming for millions was also returned. However, it seems that this may not be the end of it.
The Source States “Work Has Begun”
It seems like 343 Industries has reportedly begun working on a future Halo shooter, says a source familiar with the matter. On the Xbox Two program, prominent whistleblower Jez Corden revealed that 343 is working on more than Halo Infinite currently.
A Halo product apart from the former, he speculated, is in the works at 343 Industries. “I think I’m right. No, not on its whole. Then there are the rumored spin-offs of Minecraft that have yet to materialize. I have no idea what they are.”
Despite his lack of confidence, Corden has always been considered a reliable resource, so we’ll need to watch and see. We believe it’s the upcoming Halo Infinite successor, which is expected to arrive in the next 5 to 7 years. Keep in mind that there were four more games in the series, all of which followed Halo 5: The Master Chief Collection: Definitive Edition.
Despite the fact that this announcement may cast doubt on the viability of Halo Infinite, there is still much to look forward to. There have been rumors of a battle royale feature since the title’s debut, but it’s just now that we’re seeing glimpses of it genuinely becoming fruition.
There have been rumors of a pre-2023 release date for the new feature, which was confirmed by Corden personally, however, we’ll have to wait and find out whether he was right. The gamer features a plethora of options, and developers are actively looking forward to the future project, which indicates that the title has had a positive impact on them. Let’s go for it.