Halo VR Game Cancelled, Had The Working Title Of Reverie
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Halo is an incredibly popular series, and the recent launch of Halo Infinite only served to make it even more so. But for such a popular series you’d have expected that the series would have taken a look in the direction of Virtual Reality by now, yet Halo VR hasn’t happened.
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Or so we thought, but it turns out that a Halo project was canceled years back that would have explored the system and put you in the boots of the Master Chief himself.
Halo VR Was Possible
As seen in the above tweet:
“Halo Infinite Virtual Reality project called Reverie that 343 considered creating in 2017 but didn’t due to hard challenges with VR and limited VR users. However there were a few companies 343 interviewed that had an extreme amount of promise.”
You can also take a look at how the game might have played below, as created by a Halo: Master Chief Collection engineer from 2019.
What’s The Recent Halo History?
Halo has had an interesting few years. In terms of games we’ve seen the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, a compilation that features Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach and Halo 4. Last year we saw the release of the Halo Infinite multiplayer and single-player.
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The beloved series also received a paramount plus exclusive TV series that had many fans concerned thanks to departures from the established canon of the series, despite the fact the show was confirmed to be its own isolated thing. It’ll be interesting to see exactly what comes next from the series, and if VR is still on the cards.
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