The unannounced and often rumored Halo Battle Royale game from developer Certain Affinity has reportedly been canceled.
During the latest episode of the XboxEra Podcast, co-host Shpeshal_Nick stated that Project Tatanka, the unannounced Halo Battle Royale game, has seemingly been canceled.
The game was rumored to have started off as a battle royale mode for Halo Infinite, but eventually evolved into a standalone game. It was allegedly being developed in Unreal Engine 5.
Nick received a DM from one of his sources during the podcast regarding a certain game coming to Xbox that, if and when it is revealed, would, in _Sikamikanico’s words, “set the internet on fire” and “cause drama.”
Max Hoberman, founder and CEO of Certain Affinity, revealed that the studio has 3 major projects in development, the biggest of which involves its continued partnership with 343 Industries.
Bitcast host Ains mentioned that development on a new Halo campaign is currently underway. This is part of the restructure that is building the next generation of Halo on Unreal Engine.
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