On a livestream, the Head of 343 Industries, Bonnie Ross, gave a hint about Halo 6, confirming that the game will support the split screen for the local multiplayer.
The feedback and the suggestions of the players, moreover, will be taken seriously during the development of the title.
In that sense, Bonnie Ross stated the following: “We want to give the team in the studio time to build the right next FPS with big experience, so you are not going to hear much from us for a while. I think that the only thing that I can confirm as we listen to fans is that there will be a split screen,” Bonnie Ross of 343 Industries said.
A news that will make local multiplayer lovers happy as well as old Halo fans who have played many split screen games in the company of their friends. Remember that at the moment Halo 6 does not have an indicative launch window. You can hear the words from Ross in the video posted at the bottom of this news, after 1 hour and 37 minutes exactly.
In recent news, it was confirmed that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will receive support for Xbox One X in 2018.