343 Industries has responded to a Halo Wars 2 petition with some doubtlessly dangerous information for the sport’s neighborhood.
The petition, signed by over 2300 followers, asks for a number of updates and enhancements for the Halo RTS. Fan requests included a Steam launch; new options, resembling replays, a UI design for PC, and keyboard and mouse assist for Xbox One; new content material, together with maps and skins; and numerous bug fixes, high quality of life enhancements and stability patches. 343 Industries has responded to this petition over on Halo Waypoint, and it feels like these requests aren’t going to be fulfilled any time quickly, because the studio doesn’t have employees free to replace or assist Halo Wars 2 additional.
“It is always awesome to see the passion of fans wanting to see change come to the games they love in a positive manner,” the put up, from neighborhood assist and engagement coordinator Tyler ‘Postums’ Davis reads. “As awesome as all of these requests are, and as much as we personally share these same desires, the unfortunate reality is that we currently are unable to commit to any future Halo Wars 2 continued development or support at this time.”
343 Publishing Team, the staff that created Halo Wars 2, is at present porting Halo: The Master Chief Collection to PC, and dealing on the Xbox One and PC variations of Halo: Reach. “With the large scope and immense amount of work surrounding MCC for PC, the resources that were previously focused on Halo Wars 2 have been pulled over to help support MCC and Halo: Reach development,” the put up states. Davis says that whereas the staff depend doubtlessly revisit the sport sooner or later, it’s unable to decide to any of those requests.
Halo Wars 2 joined Xbox Game Pass in February 2018 and stays obtainable on the service. It has acquired 18 content material updates since its launch in 2017. In her 6/10 review of Halo Wars 2, critiques editor Kallie Plagge mentioned that the sport “carries forth enough of the series’ beloved elements to make any fan of Halo feel right at home at first, but not in the long run.”