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Halo Infinite's open world is now smaller and less diverse than the original vision: 'Can't'

Halo Infinite’s open world is now smaller and less diverse than the original vision: ‘Can’t’

The 343i was forced to take priority.

Finally it was released. Admittedly, a year later than planned, the Xbox Series release was thus lost. Since the end of last year, we have anyway infinite aura – Although not completed yet.

Joseph Staten, Head of Creative at infinite aura Also a Bungie veteran with experience all the way to Hello-The original, tells Game Maker podcast notebook (via technology radar) that the game’s open world has been properly watered down, which is understandable as it is the first open world part of the series.

The team underwent a lot of iterations on scale and biome diversity before I joined the team. Even after I joined the team, we had to make choices about where to cut back.

Yes, the state also says that ecological diversity should not be prioritized. Quite simply: a man “I couldn’t do it” Aim for graphic accuracy as many different biomes as desired. ‘Great progress’ It was made after the E3 demo but they still had to make well-chosen cuts.

In the end, they didn’t cut it “Much” than the world they built, even if the original vision was larger.

We didn’t end up cutting that much of the open world, but I know that with the original designs there was a pretty big cut back on what the team at one point hoped they could achieve.

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