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Monday, 23 June 2014 07:15

Focus for Halo is Xbox One

Written by David Stellmack

No plans for Xbox 360 or PC

Halo fans might not be happy to learn that 343’s focus for Halo is clearly on the Xbox One. While it is listening to PC and Xbox 360 owners, it has no plans at this time for anything on those two platforms for the Halo franchise.

Bonnie Ross from 343 Industries tells Eurogamer that while PC gamers have enjoyed small tastes of Halo, they should not expect any more to come anytime soon. She added that they are listening to PC fans, but the focus of the franchise is on the Xbox One.

Also there are no plans to bring Halo 5 to the Xbox 360 because due to the game size and features, it simply is not technically possible. The Xbox 360 simply can’t support it.

Read more here.

 

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