With the coronavirus pandemic looming all over the world right now, many game developer studios are facing challenges and constraints. Even the upcoming video game Halo Infinite is having small troubles, but promises to still be on track this year.
Halo Infinite still launching this year
Some title release dates might be pushed
back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but not this game. Game company Microsoft has
taken into account safety first before anything else, but it is confident that
it will release Infinite by this year.
Xbox Game Studios Head Matt Booty told
game publication GameSpot that it is confirmed that both first-party developers
taken under Microsoft’s wing, and some third-party partners have been affected
by new work schedules due to COVID-19.
Booty revealed that the studios are
committed to deliver the best and highest quality games for its global
community of players. The company also prioritizes the safety and health of its
teams. He reported that many teams are affected right now, but they are
supporting the studio leaders in order to make the right decisions for their
Microsoft confirmed that Infinite will still be launching this coming Holiday 2020, which is the same with the Xbox Series X. The company did not, however, give more specifics in the specific release window for this game.
Depending on how the COVID-19 pandemic changes and affects the whole globe, this could change right away.