Rumors regarding Halo Infinite’s arrival on the Xbox One have proven to be faulty. Apparently, a 343 employee has forgotten to list Xbox One in their work bio, for which many people jumped on the flame train. Well, Halo Infinite is still scheduled to be a part of Xbox One’s repository, and the mistake on the LinkedIn profile has been fixed.
This was confirmed by John Junyszek, community manager at 343 Industries, which confirmed that Halo Infinite is coming to Xbox One in response to an identical question. Therefore, Halo Infinite is here to entertain multiple fan bases and won’t be exclusively available or correspond solely to the next-gen consoles.
Nope. Please let me enjoy the holidays 🤪
— John Junyszek (@Unyshek) December 22, 2020
Halo Infinite’s delay to 2021 was unexpected and came as a shock to multiple players. If the game was cut out of the previous-gen consoles, it might have taken less time to become golden. 343 Industries is still working on the title with all its power and its capacity. Halo Infinite will release the game to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC during the coming year of 2021.