Halo Infinite developer has “no plans to change” 2021 release window

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There’s been a lot of rumors, “leaks” and general internet chatter about the Halo Infinite release since its recent delay. 343 Industries and Microsoft announced the delay shortly after the main gameplay reveal back in July. Infinite was pushed to a wide “2021” release window after it was initially scheduled for this fall. Since then, there have been rumors about it possibly being delayed even further to 2022, alongside debate about whether the Xbox One version should be ditched. Now, 343 Industries has addressed some of the chatter.

In a reply to Halo pro Snipedown on Twitter, 343 Community Manager John Junyszek addressed some of the rumors. Junyszek said that the team developing Halo Infinite has seen a lot of fake leaks, and that there are currently no plans to alter the release window. He also noted that rumors about platform alterations are false, saying that the team is ”building Halo Infinite to be the best it can be on each device/platform.” Junyszek reiterated that fans shouldn’t believe everything they read, which is a sentiment we can get behind.

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