343 Industries has finally admitted that the elimination of Split Screen feature in Halo 5: Guardians hasn’t gone down too well with fans and the blowback to it has been a HUGE, and as a result of it the developers are considering the option to add it in Halo 6. When asked about the reason behind the removal of split-screen feature from Halo 5: Guardians, 343’s O’Connor replied in June that it became mandatory for the development to remove the feature in order to achieve 60FPS for the game.
In a recent GamesRadar+ LiveStream event, O’Connor was asked whether or not Split-Screen will return in the future Halo games?
“Realistically, for Halo 5, it’s not something we can just throw in a patch, It’s just not feasible with the way the engine works. Splitscreen is fun for me too. It’s not something that I object to, and we would’ve loved to put it in. We’ll talk about it for the next game, and we’ll talk about it for the future.” O’Connor said.
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