Microsoft isn't saying whether or not the upcoming Halo Infinite will support Xbox's Play Anywhere feature.
Concerns were sparked when a listing for 343 Industries' latest sci-fi shooter on Xbox.com failed to include Play Anywhere as a supported feature.
In case you've been living under a rock, Play Anywhere gives you the Xbox and PC versions of a game in a single purchase. Sony does something similar for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, only it's called Cross-Buy.
'Halo Infinite is in development for both the Xbox and Windows 10 PC. The studio is taking the time needed to make the best Halo game possible and are [sic] we will share more information about the game once we're ready,' a Microsoft spokesperson told GameSpot.
Halo Infinite was announced by Phil Spencer during Microsoft's action-packed E3 presser last month. There's no release date yet, but the title is powered by a brand newe piece of tech known as Slipspace; something which was needed due to the game's lofty ambitions, apparently.
While it's not known if the sequel will support Play Anywhere, one thing that Halo Infinite probably won't include is a battle royale mode.