Halo Infinite Leak reveals massive content

A new Halo infinity Filtration has revealed that 343 Industries originally had much more ambitious plans for the game, plans that were frustrated by serious development problems. In fact, according to the report, more than two thirds of the infinite Halo, the campaign was discarded during development. To this end, the original plans for the game apparently resembled and sounded a lot like an exclusive dear of Nintendo Switch.

According to the report, halo infinite originally was going to be a world game open much more similar to the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild instead of what ended up being. In other words, it was going to be more non-linear than it is, which will allow players to advance in the missions in the order and style that they like as they explore a huge world. That said, a large part of this work had to be cut due to problems of development and the inability to make everything unceasing fast enough and convincingly. Contributing to this insufficient effort, there were serious problems of personnel and disagreements within the study on what the management of the game should be.

While we have heard a lot about the development problems of the game, this is the first time we hear about the content that was the victim of the insufficiency of resources and experience in front of excessive ambition. Unfortunately, this is more or less everything that reveals the report on the cut content. There was a lot of that, and made the game look much more the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that the finished product ended up being. This is all that is disclosed.

Regarding the source of this information, it is Jason Schrader, one of the most reliable and prolific and prolific fighters of the industry. That said, everything should be taken with a grain of salt.

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