E3 will be here this summer, and one of the anticipated games expected to be talked about at the show is Halo Infinite. There have been rumors going around that the game would skip the Xbox One console.
Halo franchise development director Frank O’Connor has made it clear that will not happen. He tweeted that Halo Infinite will be released for Xbox One and PCs that have appropriate specs.
The rumor about the game not launching on the Xbox might be due to a YouTube video that previously claimed the game wouldn’t be shown off because it looked too good reports Gamespot. The reasoning was claimed to be that Microsoft didn’t want to make current games look bad by comparison.
That rumor started with Brad Sams; he said, “They didn’t want to show off any part of the game because it looked pretty damn good and they didn’t want to make current-gen stuff look bad.” Microsoft is also expected to talk about the next generation of gaming console hardware at E3.