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Delaying Halo Infinite was a major decision by Microsoft, and it was one that many didn’t expect them to make.
The Halo Infinite graphic was not even close to 8th generation graphics that's why Microsoft delaying game for 2021;a new report coming out which claims that the game will not be released even in 2021 and has been delayed to 2022!

Over on ResetEra, insider sponger – who has been verified by the forum’s moderators as being a legitimate source of such news and has previously leaked accurate information – is suggesting that Microsoft could be considering making big changes to Halo Infinite’s launch plans. This isn’t information that is coming from official channels, so take it with a grain of salt for now.

Sponger states that on the base Xbox One, Halo Infinite is struggling quite a bit- apparently, it’s failing to hit a 1080p resolution – and in fact is even lower than 900p – and facing major issues with asset loading- even worse than those that were apparent in the game’s recent gameplay demo, which was running on a PC.

343 Industries have a plan for the fixes that they need to put into place.
“Idea is to change at the engine level how assets load, make RT as default (improve/”unlock” some assets), improve geometry, post-processing and add more CPU bound interactivity,”

In another post, sponger states that even delaying Halo Infinite once more and releasing it in early 2022 is not off the table. Apparently, 343 Industries and Microsoft are convinced that it needs to be the “best Halo game ever”- and based on this, they seem to be willing to make any sacrifices necessary.
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