“Halo: Unlimited” will not make X1 “second-class citizen” performance will be equally stunning:
Microsoft has portrayed a great vision for Xbox’s Project Scarlett, but at the same time, landing on Xbox One also on Scarlett’s “Halo: Unlimited” will be bleak on the Xbox One, the serial development director’s answer is: No. In an interview with Blackmist 523, Frank O’Connor, director of the development of Halo series, said that people can have a good experience when playing Xbox One upstream: “Xbox One will not become a ‘second-class citizen’, we are working hard Let the game have excellent gameplay and visual performance on the Xbox One.” “Of course Scarlett is still the first choice for playing Halo. We talked with Scarlett’s hardware team to make the game look even more amazing, and let us know how to make the game look even more amazing, so that the Xbox One can have the same Unbelievable effects. Of course, it will also be available for PCs.” “Halo: Unlimited Game” will be released In December 2020 For Gamers, landing on the Xbox One/Xbox Scarlett/PC platform.