Rumors began to swirl that these changes would also see 343 Industries scrapping its long-rumored campaign DLC for Halo Infinite and focusing almost exclusively on the multiplayer. However, that may not be entirely true. Bloomberg's Jason Schreier and Windows Central's Jez Corden both reported that the campaign DLC wasn't scrapped... because it never existed in the first place. This expansion that people have been pining for since release was reportedly never taken further beyond some conversations within the studio and even then, it's unclear how official those conversations were. Either way, it sounds like there aren't any massive changes when it comes to campaign stuff for Halo Infinite going forward.
RE: Halo Infinite.— Jez (@JezCorden) January 20, 2023
Just boosting this for visibility from a little while ago.
From what I've heard via multiple sources, Halo Infinite's "campaign DLC" never existed beyond conversations. Focus has been entirely on live service. https://t.co/b1a9NozyYG
Halo Infinite is expected to continue receiving support going forward. There have been rumors of a battle royale coming to the game for a while now, but it's unclear if that's still happening and if it is, we have no idea when to expect it. Either way, Halo Infinite isn't dead, but you shouldn't hold your breath for any more Master Chief adventures within this particular iteration of the series.
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