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Halo Infinite devs considering dropping Xbox One version, according to sources!

Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter game. It came to light that the developers are considering dropping the Xbox One version of Halo Infinite will be an Xbox Series X only title. They are thinking of dropping the Xbox One version because of some performance issues.

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Well, this is a rumor which originated from the VGC by way of the Resetera user Sponger who has previously leaked some accurate information. Sponger said that the developers at 343 Industries of Halo Infinite are having difficulty in getting the game for older versions of Xbox One S console. Therefore, they are considering dropping the Xbox One version of the game. So they will be delivering the game only for the next-Gen consoles.

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See what Sponger says:

According to Sponger Halo Infinite on Xbox One S is not even near to 1080p, which is way lower than 900p. And, they are also facing some serious loading issues. Well, this way worse than the PC demo which you saw. He further said that there are chances that Microsoft may push the game to 2021 if they find that increasing the production time might be a good strategy for HaloInfinite.

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Well, if Halo Infinite fails to land on Xbox One then it would break the promise of Microsoft. Microsoft said that all the first-part Xbox titles that will be created for the Xbox Series X would also be launched in the current-Gen consoles along with the next-Gen consoles. However, this promise was already broken at the Xbox Games Showcase. Several trailers were released which confirmed that the titles will be coming to the Xbox Series X only.

Also, earlier this month an announcement was made about pushing Halo Infinite to 2021.

Halo Infinite will be playable on the Xbox Series X and PC. Well, whether the game will be playable on Xbox One is not confirm yet.

 

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