Halo Infinite Dev responds to “Turtling Up” review

It’s been a busy year for Halo Infinite as Microsoft showed its first glimpse of Campaign mode in July, before announcing in August that the multiplayer element would be free. Another announcement came recently when developer 343 Industries introduced the new customization function for “coatings” for the sci-fi shooter. But part of the Halo player base expected to have seen and learned more about the game by this point.

Halo community manager John Junyszek responded to a fan on Twitter who said Microsoft had “turned itself upside down” on Halo Infinite. Junyszek said the news Microsoft has shared so far about Halo Infinite may not be for everyone, but he doesn’t accept the idea that Microsoft is hiding Halo Infinite.

“I would not agree with the turtle comment,” said Junyszek. “We just explained what coatings are, showed two new renderings and made clarifications here on Twitter. Yes, this may be other news you might have hoped for, but it certainly isn’t a turtle. ”

This is not the first time that Junyszek has dealt specifically with “turtles”. In August he said he would be 343

added that “the plan is definitely not turtles.”

The latest announcement of the new “coating system” for weapon, armor and player skins has been criticized by some fans, among other things regarding the effects on microtransactions. The first of the new coatings was announced exclusively for GameStop buyers and folks who enjoy sugary snacks, and 343 has admitted that this is not ideal.

Given that it was five years since Halo 5 was released in 2015, Halo fans are understandably excited to learn more about Halo Infinite, especially after the delay. Halo Infinite was the title for the Xbox Series X launch before Microsoft delayed it in part due to complications related to COVID-19.

The game doesn’t currently have a 2021 release date, but Xbox Game Pass subscribers can get it at no additional cost for Xbox and PC. In addition, the multiplayer element is free so anyone can try it out. As Halo Infinite releases on Xbox Series X and S, it will also be available on Xbox One.

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