“Never say never, but there is nothing in the works right now,” says the Xbox studio.
The alleged list of PC games extracted from Nvidia Geforce Now has given much to talk about in recent days, and while some of the unannounced titles it contained have turned out to be real, such as the remake of Destroy All Humans! 2, there are others that are pure speculation, as the North American company tried to explain a posteriori. Games like Halo 5: Guardians, which, despite its presence on the list, will not come to PC right now.
Following the inclusion of Halo 5 in this pc game list unconfirmed, Halo Community Director Brian Jarrard has denied that the fifth major installment is on the way to computers. “Maybe they were referring to Halo 5: Forge, but I can confirm that no plans to bring Halo 5 to PC“says the 343 Industries representative.
“We know that there is a certain demand for it, but as we have said in the past, it is not in our plans since the study is focused completely in Halo Infinite and the Master Chief Collection, “reiterates Jarrard, before adding a glimmer of hope for fans:”never say Never, but nothing is in the works right now. “Come on, 343 is neither working on a Halo 5 PC port nor are there any plans to do so, although that could change in the future.
For now, the study is focused on bringing Halo Infinite to fruition, the next main installment of the saga that will be available December 8 on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC; although it will debut without the cooperative campaign or the Forge mode. The next Master Chief adventure will be included at launch on Xbox Game Pass, the service you can subscribe to for only 1 euro the first month. If you want to know more details about it, we leave you here with our Halo Infinite impressions.
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