a infinite aura The player got a split-screen co-op mode to work on the old Xbox One “VCR” launched in 2013. Halo is one of the first co-op franchises and that’s part of what made Xbox so special when it was first introduced. It was a great story with an amazing sandbox game for many people to play together. It has only gotten better over time as Halo games have expanded, adding more players, online jobs, and more. However, the split screen is still a feature close and dear to people’s hearts even though it is not as well supported as it used to be. after, after Halo 5 Launched without the co-op split screen system, 343 promised to split screen in all future FPS Halo games, but… it didn’t turn out to be true.
Last week, 343 industries were canceled infinite auraCollaborative split screen Speaking of the upcoming co-op launch of the game. Fans were furious and couldn’t understand why a feature like this was removed, especially after it was promised. Some have speculated that there may have been some technical hurdles, but one player has proven that split-screen work can work even on the oldest Xbox One on the market. courtesy Bug discovered by HaloCreationTwitter user KatsuyatheFuuk posted a video of them playing the co-op game on the style of the original Xbox One. When the game goes to the open world, it has some FPS issues, but nothing significant since it is not an official/finished version of the co-op split screen mode. Naturally, these new picks sent fans into an episode and only led to more confusion from the community.
The open world has minor issues, but it’s more playable on an Xbox One VCR than I’ve played pic.twitter.com/dqh9F8LmXo
– Chris (@KatsuyaTheFuuk) September 3, 2022
It remains to be seen whether enough anger will motivate 343 Industries to change its mind. The team noted that he was shifting his priorities to other projects within the studio, cutting out the split screen. There may be a chance of him returning in the next Halo match, but this move makes it seem less likely.
What do you think of the decision 343 to abolish the split-screen feature? Let me know in the comments or hit me up TwitterCade_Onder.
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