Halo: Outpost Discovery will not return in 2020, says 343 Industries

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The head for consumer products from 343 Industries, John Friend, went to twitter to let fans know that Halo: Outpost Discovery, a special Halo-themed convention that traveled through the United States in the summer of 2019, will not return in 2020.

The reason for this is the upcoming launch of Halo Infinite, a huge project that undoubtedly requires all hands-on deck for most of the development studio. I'm sure the consumer products division has a lot of merchandising to prepare and plan, so the absence of Halo: Outpost Discovery this year is completely understandable.

Fortunately it sounds like Outpost Discovery will once came back down the line, while Friend noted that his team was "excited to do it again." Given that the public reception of the tour was generally positive and the tickets were sold as hot cakes, I would have been shocked if 343 Industries had decided not to repeat it in the future. A friend also said, "We are now actively working on future plans and new ideas," so when Outpost Discovery returns, there must be plenty of new things for fans to enjoy compared to the first time.

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