The bad news from 343 Industries continues to roll in, especially following the layoffs for the Halo Infinite team due to management, according to an employee. Meanwhile, on the production side of content to the post-launch support of the latest chapter of Halo, bad news arrives.
While one wonders whether the future of Halo Infinite is far away at 343 Industries or not, some exponents of the journalistic scene have released some information on what the future – apparently far from pleasant – of the latest iteration of Halo should be : at the moment there would be no DLC in production for the Halo Infinite campaign.
The news was launched by Jason Schreier and Jez Corden, who in the last few hours have stated the following: “I have submitted these points to several people. If it is true that 343 focuses on multiplayer, the DLC story for the campaign is false (I don’t think there was much planned) and many of these things are wrong or speculation,” says Schreier, followed by statements from his colleague Corden.
“There was never any campaign DLC in development. I don’t know how you can discard something that doesn’t even exist”; these are the statements of Jez Corden, who commented on all the rumors that a DLC for the Halo Infinite campaign was being developed through his Twitter profile. No good news all horizon for Halo fans.
So, without any doubt in this regard, the above statements undoubtedly deny all the rumors that they saw a series of additional content being developed for the single player mode of the exclusive 343 Industries and Microsoft license plate. On the contrary, in fact, it would seem that the story mode of Halo Infinite has been abandoned altogether by the development team.
Unfortunately, there is no way to know for sure whether this is true information, though the reliability of the two sources leaves little room for possible doubts regarding what would appear to be just some of the issues that have recently hit the development team.