Microsoft cancels Halo Online

Microsoft has officially cancelled Halo Online, a free-to-play variant of the popular Halo multiplayer releasing on PC, reports TechTimes.

No explanation for the cancellation was given by Microsoft, with the game’s developer left in the dark as to why the project won’t continue.

“Now we know only one thing — the current form of the game will not be released,” the developer said, based on a roughly-translated statement.

This may actually turn out to be good news for fans of the Halo series, as Microsoft is continuing to push into the PC market.

As more and more Xbox-exclusive titles make their way to the Windows 10 store, it doesn’t seem too unlikely that Halo could make the jump too.

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