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Halo’s long-rumored Certain Affinity Battle Royale game, code-named Project Tatanka, was canceled before it could ever be revealed.


XboxEra co-founder Shpeshal_Nick revealed on a recent episode of the XboxEra Podcast that Microsoft’s potential Halo Battle Royale has been shelved. The game’s existence has been a subject of speculation since the release of Halo Infinite in 2021, but recent comments indicate it is no longer in development. The battle royale was rumored to be under development at Certain Affinity, a support studio, but Microsoft and Halo developer 343 Industries have never formally confirmed it.

In April of 2022, Certain Affinity tweeted,

“Deepening our relationship with 343 and have been entrusted with further evolving Halo Infinite in some new and exciting ways.”


But for now, Shpeshal_Nick and the other XboxEra insiders seem pretty confident that the project has just outright been scrapped and will not see the light of day at all. It is worth remembering that Schreier’s report previously claimed that it had “evolved” into something else other than a Battle Royale game.

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