Microsoft’s hugely-popular Halo series has certainly gone through a lot of changes over the years, and while many fans have differing opinions about the franchise at the moment, it’s undeniable that Halo has had a significant impact on the gaming industry as a whole.
With that in mind, it looks like a much-anticipated (and highly-rumored) Halo battle royale game has now been cancelled, according to some new info online. Codenamed “Project Tatanka,” the game will no longer be released according to insider Shpeshal_Nick.
Interestingly enough, the title was never officially confirmed by Microsoft itself, although studio Certain Affinity frequently mentioned the game, which was supposedly in development. Back in 2022, the studio said that Tatanka had been under development for two years at that point, with around 100 staff working on the game.
With all that being said, Microsoft itself has yet to comment on the whole matter, although it does raise questions of how far along the game may have been in the development pipeline, as well as the actual gameplay and performance itself.