Xbox director Phil Spencer appeared on Gary Whitta Talking animals Wednesday night chat program after announcing about Halo Infiniteof delays. He spoke a bit about the decision to postpone the game on the show, which he said was “his call”.
Halo Infinite will no longer be released in November alongside Microsoft’s next-generation console, the Xbox Series X. The new release date isn’t given immediately – it’s just that it will arrive in 2021. said this decision will not affect other launch plans.
Spencer said Microsoft and 343 Industries started talking about the “last weekend”; decision after considering certain options – like shipping parts of the game separately. Ultimately, however, Spencer said that it was not suitable for a game like it Halo Infinite; delaying is the best decision.
Microsoft announced Halo Infinitedelay on Tuesday. According to the announcement, many factors have been cited for the delay – such as “ongoing COVID related effects”. Critics followed the game’s first trailer; many players call it obsolete or “next generation” inadequate.