Microsoft Survey Asks Players if They're "Done Playing Halo Infinite"
A new Xbox survey has asked players if they're "done" with Halo Infinite.
A new Xbox Research survey was sent round to players quizzing them on their gaming habits. The survey, as posted to Twitter by user @Mr_Rebs_ was seemingly gauging interest in 343 Industry's Halo franchise.
As pictured, players were asked: "Are you done playing Halo Infinite?" Players could respond with either "Yes", "No", or "Maybe."
Additional questions asked players to rank how they felt about certain statements, including, "I think 343 Industries is listening and making changes to Halo Infinite based on community feedback" and "I think 343 Industries is doing a good job communicating with the community."
Interestingly, the survey goes on to ask players which traditional Halo multiplayer game modes they would like to see appear in Halo Infinite, such as Infection, Firefight, Extraction and more.
While the initial question might alarm some players regarding the future of Halo Infinite, it seems Microsoft might just be collecting feedback on how best to support the game in future updates.
Earlier this month, 343 Industries was heavily affected by Microsoft's plans to lay off 10,000 employees. Following the news, 343 studio head Pierre Hintze posted a statement via the official Halo account which read, "Halo and Master Chief are here to stay. 343 Industries will continue to develop Halo now and in the future, including epic stories, multiplayer, and more of what makes Halo great."