The former IGN journalist, Colin Moriarty, made us all bristle when he said in his recent podcast on sacred symbols that Microsoft had planned to publish it. Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the PlayStation 4.
"I have it on good authority that Master Chief Collection We talked about it on PS4 years ago, "he said. "Like, I have this on a big authority."
A ComicBook article covering this rumor was immediately picked up by Twitter users and drew the attention of Halo Director of Franchising, Frank O'Connor. Although he is not able to confirm or refute Moriarty's claim, O'Connor hinted that it was something Microsoft could have considered but had not really anticipated.
"I'm not aware of the details of the company-level conversations between platforms, but the distance between the" plans "of some" discussions among others "is a significant chasm," he said. he tweeted. "We've had a lot over the years, but no line of code has even been reviewed."
"By the way, I'm just emphasizing the semantics of the" plan, "O'Connor added in a later tweet.
Microsoft's idea of publishing its franchise tent on a competitor's platform is certainly interesting. The series, hailed by critics, has inspired books, comic books, adaptations, toys and more.
We will update our readers if we learn that this rumor has more to do. In the meantime, tell us what you think about it and if you want to see Halo make your way to the PS4.[Source:Symbolessacrés(Podbay)viaComicBook[Source:SacredSymbols(Podbay)viaComicBook[Source:Symbolessacrés(Podbay)viaComicBook[Source:SacredSymbols(Podbay)viaComicBookFrank O'Connor (Twitter)]