Halo Wars 2 will get no further updates
‘Halo Wars 2’ will not be getting any further updates or support, despite a petition from gamers receiving over 2,000 signatures. 343 Industries has responded to a petition signed by more than 2,000 gamers asking for several improvements to be made to the game. However, they have confirmed that there will be no more “continued […]
‘Halo Wars 2’ will not be getting any further updates or support, despite a petition from gamers receiving over 2,000 signatures.
343 Industries has responded to a petition signed by more than 2,000 gamers asking for several improvements to be made to the game.
However, they have confirmed that there will be no more “continued development or support at this time”.
Community support and engagement coordinator Tyler ‘Postums’ Davis, said:
“It is always awesome to see the passion of fans wanting to see change come to the games they love in a positive manner.
“As awesome as all of these requests are, and as much as we personally share these same desires, the unfortunate reality is that we currently are unable to commit to any future ‘Halo Wars 2’ continued development or support at this time.”
343 are currently preparing for the release of ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ to PC, as well as Xbox One and PC versions of ‘Halo: Reach’, which is their priority at the moment.
He continued in the post on Halo Waypoint:
“With the large scope and immense amount of work surrounding ‘MCC’ for PC, the resources that were previously focused on ‘Halo Wars 2’ have been pulled over to help support ‘MCC’ and ‘Halo: Reach’ development.”
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