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Halo Infinite Will Initially Be A Single-Player Game

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Early reports suggest that Halo Infinite, the upcoming entry in the Halo series, will launch as a single-player title.

Brad Sams, who was the first to break the correct rumours regarding Infinite a week before E3, has stated that the title will ship in 2019 as a single-player title. Multiplayer will follow in 2020, but, according to his sources, Infinite‘s initial focus will be as a single-player experience.

Sams justifies his source’s information by stating that 343 Studios, the developer, will be using a brand new engine called SlipSpace, which will have a multitude of teething issues. By experimenting on single-player first, it gives the developer a chance to iron out any major issues before introducing the project to a more intensive and demanding multiplayer scene.

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Telltale Games Catalog to be Removed From GOG Next Week

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Fans of the late developer Telltale Games should hurry to pick up its games quick, as PC players may not be able to buy the titles for much longer.

Digital retailer GOG has announced that Telltale’s game will be listed from the store’s website come May 27.

The Wolf Among Us, Tales from the Borderlands, and Batman: The Enemy Within are just a few of the titles that will fall victim to the delisting. Tales from the Borderlands specifically was already removed from Steam sometime this week.

Fans of Telltale’s Borderlands spin-off have a sliver of hope however, as 2K says that it is working to bring the title back to digital platforms as soon as it can. A 2K spokesperson confirmed the news to Eurogamer.

“We are working to get Tales from the Borderlands back up on digital storefronts as soon as possible. All prior digital purchases of the game will of course still be honoured and supported.”

There is no word on if the same will happen over at Steam or other digital retailers, but fans should assume the worst. The internet-wide delisting is a result of Telltale’s demise late last year.

Though much of the Telltale catalog will be affected, its most influential title, The Walking Dead, will still be made available through the Epic Games Store.

Those who already own any of the games delisting next week should note that they will still be able to play the games as they please.

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