Halo Battle Royale Game Reportedly Canceled at Xbox

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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