However, if you are a fan, there was a glimmer of hope. “We’re specifically never going to say never because, well, who knows what the future may bring.”This is especially interesting given that we reported on a job listing earlier this week that suggested there was a “new project in the Halo universe” in development – a project many took to mean a Halo Wars 3 was on the way. With that possibility now closed, speculation is more open – perhaps the team is moving onto a new spin-off, or a separate Halo game as the rest of the studio wraps up its work on Halo Infinite. Previous unconfirmed rumours suggested that there could be a spin-off in the works focusing on Halo 5’s Fireteam Osiris. As for what we’d like to see – what about a Halo horror game?
Officially, the blog post claims that the talent behind Halo Wars is shifting its focus onto supporting the Master Chief Collection “and plenty of ongoing work to support the Halo franchise.”
There’s also the small matter of Halo Infinite, which is set to come out later this year in Fall 2021. “The majority of the studio is incredibly focused working towards Halo Infinite’s launch (and you may have also heard, ‘launch is only the beginning’),” the blog post reads. We’ll bring you more as we learn it.
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