Were we examination E3 2017 watchful for a exhibit of a subsequent Halo game? If we missed a news that Halo 6 would be absent from a show, it wouldn’t have been an irrational expectancy – after all, a array has showed adult during E3 in one approach or another for some-more than 10 years straight. But growth studio 343 Industries says we shouldn’t get a hopes adult for any arrange of announcement; during slightest not in a nearby future.
“For some people … a Xbox media lecture was bandied about as many for what it didn’t show, as what it did,” 343’s Jeff Easterling wrote on a Halo Waypoint blog. “Specifically, a new (or old-made-new) Halo title. For some folks, their despondency stemmed from a miss of remastered fight-finishing. we know we know, we should have told we forward of time to not design anything like that. Others were anticipating for a provoke of things over off to come. While there’s small to zero that can be pronounced on that front, it’s been done transparent that we won’t be articulate about Halo’s subsequent vital pretension for utterly some time.”
And usually to really, really make certain your expectations are being set, Easterling continued: “And no, that doesn’t meant Gamescom. Or PAX. Trust us, when we’re prepared to start pulling behind that self-evident curtain, you’ll know. It won’t be soon.”
So that’s a bad news. No Halo 6 (assuming it’s called “Halo 6”) for awhile. If we had to guess, substantially not until E3 2018. But there is some good news for science hounds who wish a ambience of what’s to come. A Halo Wars 2 enlargement dubbed “Awakening a Nightmare” is due for recover this fall, and it’s teasing a lapse of a franchise’s many determined foe, The Flood.
It’s probable a Flood hazard will be squashed by a finish of Awakening a Nightmare, or they could lift over to Halo 6. Either way, if you’re inspired for Halo, a usually object on a menu (for now) is Halo Wars 2.