At some point, we might start believing that it’s all next-gen consoles’ fault for these video game delays. Microsoft’s upcoming first-person shooter, Halo Infinite, may be facing another setback. Shortly after Halo Infinite was officially delayed, new allegations started ascending that 343 Industries may need a bit more work on the title.
The first delay of Halo Infinite made the title ineligible for the launch of Xbox Series X. We feel like we’re living in a world full of delays, and the phenomenon has grown quite a lot during this uncertain time. This rumor has pitched an even bigger frustration cloud upon the fans. The talk can be found below:
Verified Halo Infinite insider says there is talk game could be delayed till 2022.
Considering dropping Xbox One consoles.
Game is Much worse than what we saw with assets not loading & Xbox One S is nowhere close to 1080p.
Sounds like scaling isn’t a meme pic.twitter.com/BzQytSCZvV
— THE RED DRAGON (@TWTHEREDDRAGON) August 23, 2020
Microsoft’s plans remain unknown, and it is most likely we’ll see yet another delay of “Halo Infinite.” Halo “Infinite Delay,” maybe? If this turns out to be accurate, not only will inevitably hurt the Xbox Series X in the marketing process, but also resulting in a bumpy sale line.
Even after the first delay of Halo Infinite, the community soaked all the frustration and is rough to accept yet another failure by Microsoft. So, what would it be exactly? Either way, it doesn’t look good for Microsoft.