Halo is always the choice of gamers who love shooting and always receives positive reviews from players. After a while, Halo Infinite is expected to return on this year’s E3 and will definitely release on both Xbox One and PC.
Another rumor about the game is whether Halo Infinite will start on the next generation Xbox consoles and skip Xbox One. However, it is Halo O’Conner’s director of brand development, Frank O’Conner, that will definitely not happen.
He replied on Twitter about the rumor: “I don’t know the rumors you’re talking about, but Halo Infinite will be released on Xbox One and there will be appropriate settings for the PC.”
This rumor is probably based on one of Microsoft insider user Brad Sams. Recently, he said on Youtube that Microsoft is focusing on Infinite’s engine. SlipSpace at E3 last year rather than deploying new titles anymore because those titles looked too good.
However, no one has confirmed this news is accurate. Currently Xbox One is considered a device for all. Because any game that is played on a more powerful and advanced Xbox One X, will also work well on the weaker generation of Xbox One S.
Perhaps the compatibility model between these hardware options will continue to be available on the new Xbox hardware system. Which may be revealed at E3.
In addition, a digital version of Xbox One according to a recent announcement will be released in July. According to many information, this will be an Xbox One S Digital version and its price will be even cheaper than the original version that helps it. This helps both players and Microsoft save quite a bit of money.