'Halo 6' Latest Update: 'Halo 6' Won't Be Revealed At 2017 E3, 343i Confirms
"Halo 6" is one of the most anticipated video games at 2017 E3 right now. However, latest reports are claiming that fans need to wait a little longer.
"Halo 6" Won't Be Revealed At E3 Or Gamescom 2017
Community Manager Brian Jarrard pre-emptively confirmed that on Reddit that there will be a "little something at E3". This was rumored to be an expansion for Creative Assembly's Halo Wars 2 but nothing related to the "next major entry", that is to say, "Halo 6", according to AR Gaming 12.
"I'll slip into my Dreamcrusher persona for a minute in the name of realistic expectations: We've said this already but we'll have a little something at E3 but it's not related to the next major entry in the franchise," Jarrard said.
According to WCCF Tech, fans already knew that the "Halo 6" would not release this year. However, fans were expecting a little teaser at least, or perhaps even information on a multiplayer beta the first test for "Halo 5: Guardians" went up on December 29th, 2014, ten months before the full release. It sounds like fans might have to wait for E3 2018 to get all of that.
"Halo 6" And Xbox Project Scorpio
The recently-released "Halo Wars 2" is also likely to receive a Scorpio upgrade given the fact that 4K assets already exist on the Windows 10 PC version of the game. The Scorpio also did for Halo 5's multiplayer maps thanks to the free-to-play "Halo 5: Forge experience".
Another possible scenario is the reveal of a Halo project for Windows Mixed Reality. Microsoft said at its Build developer keynote last week that it would have more to share on Windows Mixed Reality content at E3 2017.
Microsoft has already confirmed that Windows Mixed Reality will be supported on Xbox One and Project Scorpio in 2018. In conclusion, the possibility of the "Halo" experience for these upcoming headsets isn't too far-fetched.
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