Halo Infinite will not have a fan favorite genre when released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. It is speculated that Microsoft and 343 Industries may be delayed Halo Infinite out of 2021 to 2022, but so far the game is scheduled to be released this holiday season. That said, when released, there will be no MoaS in the game.
Moa is a species of larger and flightless bird native to the planet Reach. Inside Hello universe, they are not very significant and are mostly just a source of food and pets. Furthermore, they are somewhat rare and almost extinct.
That said, even if they are not significant, they are fan favorites. Despite this, they will not be in the game, and for good reason. John Junyszek, gaming community manager, responded to an investigative fan who pointed to “evidence”
“It’s not Moas,” Junyszek said. “They’re native to Reach, so you probably won’t find anyone on this part of Zeta Halo.”
Haha, it’s not Moas! They are native to Reach, so you probably will not find any on this part of Zeta Halo – or maybe they are missing because we ate too many Moa Burger Pringles? 🤤
– John Junyszek (@Unyshek) March 30, 2021
Although there will be no Moas in the game, there will be many other wildlife, but due to lack of craftsmanship in the game there will be no need to actively hunt any of these animals.
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