Halo 6 Won't Show At E3 2017 - But What Will?

Posted: May 13 2017, 4:51pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming

 
Halo 6 Won't Show at E3 2017 - But What Will?
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We have already learned that Halo 6 is going to be coming to Windows 10, but we haven't really heard anything else about the new game, which has of course led to many rumors. It is the first main game entry to come to PC since Halo 2 in 2007, so people have had plenty of time to come up with rumors and ideas about what this new game could bring. People who don't like speculation and rumors have hoped that we would get some kind of definitive answer, but we haven't yet - and we might not for the foreseeable future. Apparently, Halo 6 will not be part of the E3 proceedings next month.

"[W]e'll have a little something at E3 but it's not related to the next major entry in the franchise," Brian Jarrard, Halo community manager on Reddit wrote. Xbox head Phil Spencer basically said this in March, when he said we wouldn't see a new first-person shooter from Halo at all this year. However, many fans thought this was just pushing down suspicions.

Still, we will something unique at E3, which should come as a surprise because if it isn't Halo 6, what could it be? Some fans have theorized that it could be a collection of different games or even just a sneak peak at something completely new. The thought is that it will end up benefiting PC gamers because that seems to be where the whole franchise seems to be going. We already know all first-party games are going to Windows and that Halo games will have a split screen multiplayer.

We'll keep you updated on more info about Halo 6 and E3 2017 in our guides.

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