Monday, May 23rd, 2022

Halo Infinite’s open world has reportedly been scaled down from a Zelda-like size.

Halo Infinite’s open world has reportedly been scaled down from the same size as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to its current size. Apparently, almost two-thirds of the planned games were chosen to interrupt the move.

According to a report on game development by Bloomberg, 343 decided to significantly reduce the game’s open world map in 2019 as it sought to stabilize the direction of the game.

By the summer of 2019, Halo Infinite had reportedly run into a number of problems. According to the report, the studio has decided to reduce nearly two-thirds of the total planned game to streamline production. As part of this decision, Outlets points out that the open world of the game has been significantly reduced from a Zelda-like experience to something much smaller.

Despite shrinking the game’s open world map, the Infinite issue continued beyond 2019. In July 2020, the developers showed off various gameplay footage of the game and faced overwhelming dissatisfaction from the Halo community. Fans mocked gameplay footage across social media because of its poor quality, created a meme from “Craig the Brute,” and aired their frustration to 343.

Due to the backlash, Infinite was one year behind its scheduled release in November 2020. Since then, the game has revolutionized something. Factors such as the game’s multiplayer progression have caused even smaller issues, but in recent weeks there has been widespread critical admiration for both Infinite’s single-player campaigns and multiplayer modes.

I feel that the darkest days of Halo Infinite are now behind it, but it’s nice to see developers able to include the Craig Easter Egg in their games-perhaps thanks to Infinite’s turbulent past. As.

For more information on Halo Infinite, check out the reviews for both single-player and multiplayer modes of the game. Both efforts were awarded a solid 9/10 award.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..