Fans feared badly when Halo Infinite was postponed to 2021 last year. Since then there has hardly been any new information about a more precise release date. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now assured that everything is OK and that the team is working towards a release at the end of 2021 as planned.
After Halo Infinite was postponed to 2021 last year, there was a long silence about release information for the established first-person shooter. The development studio 343 Industries did not come out with a release date or period at E3 either. In an interview with the podcast Dropped Frames, Xbox boss Phil Spencer revealed that the plans to release the game in 2021 have not changed. On the contrary: The team is in good spirits.
Even though he was unfortunately still unable to reveal the exact date, Phil Spencer was satisfied and confident.
“Our window is like three to four weeks. We don’t have an exact day yet. There are a few other things we want to watch about the timing of other games. We’ll have more clarity over the course of the summer, but it works here not months, just a few weeks, “said Spencer.