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Halo 6 might not be coming our way in 2018

343 Industries has hinted in a blog post that Halo 6 might not be launching in 2018, despite fan assumptions.

The next entry in Microsoft’s beloved sci-fi franchise is presumably in development for Xbox One, although there has been no official word as of yet.

In a recent blog post, 343 Industries outlined its plans for 2018 and one particular line doesn’t spell an immediate future where Halo 6 is revealed.

‘2018 has arrived and with it, the promise of new fun times to be had and adventures to be embarked upon. No, not those adventures, but plenty of exciting ones regardless – some which might surprise you more than others,’ reads the post. 

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Halo 5: Guardians launched exclusively for Xbox One back in October 2015, so a sequel is more than likely quite far in development.

Our money is on Halo 6 receiving a high-profile reveal at E3 2018 or a similar trade show with a 2019 release date to follow.

Considering its position as Microsoft’s biggest gaming property, it’ll more than likely take great advantage of Xbox One X and all its features. A 4K showcase we can’t wait to see!

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