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Phil Spencer On The Postponement Of Halo Infinite

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Xbox boss Phil Spencer addressed the postponement of ” Halo Infinite “, which surprised many fans this week.

This week we learned that Halo Infinite has been postponed to 2021. Xbox CEO Phil Spencer addressed this: “Let me start with appreciating the fans. It’s disappointing for people, it’s disappointing to us.

We have been looking forward to the combination of Halo Infinite and the Xbox Series X. Am, In the end, I have to make the right decision.

The strength of the Halo franchise – the health and skills of the team … do these things go towards the quality of where you want the game to be? ”

Phil Spencer mentioned that “Halo Infinite” was even considered to be released in several parts.

However, they decided against it: “It just didn’t feel like a Halo release for any of us that we would want.” After discussions in the top management, whereby the final process took about 24 hours, the postponement was finally announced.

“I never like to set expectations and then fail to meet them, but I also believe that we are making the right decision over the long term, both for the Xbox and Halo and our customers,” continued Phil Spencer, who did not care received whether the subdued reactions to the gameplay idea of ​​”Halo Infinite” played a role in the postponement.

 

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