Certain Affinity Teases Unannounced Halo Project That’s “Big and New for the Franchise”
The president of Certain Affinity has teased an unannounced Halo project that the studio has been working on for some time.
Speaking in an interview, the Certain Affinity president Paul Sams mentioned that the new Halo project the studio has been working on is “big and new for the franchise”. It’s the studio’s largest project, and close to 100 developers are currently working on it.
This could possibly be the Tatanka project that that was rumored to be associated with the Halo universe. According to Sams, Certain Affinity has been working on something for Halo Infinite for more than two years. However, the unannounced project is something that they’re doing lead development on, from the stage of conception and design. Sams added that it’s something big and new for the franchise. However, he wasn’t at liberty to share any further details regarding the project. This unannounced Halo project is the largest of the three projects that the studio is currently working on. Close to 100 developers are currently working on it.
Previously, it was announced that the much anticipated campaign co-op mode for Halo Infinite won’t be arriving before the month of November, 2022. According to the roadmap laid out by 343 Industries, Halo Infinite will receive a campaign co-op mode sometime between November 8, 2022 and March 7, 2023.
In addition, the updated roadmap now features the new content coming in the Winter Update and Season 3, including new maps, modes, weapons, and armor. Arriving during November 8, 2022 and March 7, 2023 are the Forge beta as well as the campaign co-cop mode. In addition, free content will also be available during this period in the form of a 30 tier battle pass and two new maps, namely Detachment and Argyle. Other additions include a match XP beta, a new game mode called Covert One Flag, and some quality of life improvements.