The website suggests it's a "strong possibility," in a similar fashion to how Call of Duty: Warzone can be played without requiring Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
It also mentions that instead of just a game, the idea of Halo being turned into a platform
with extensive post-launch support in a "kind of service-esque approach" (something Xbox boss Phil Spencer possibly alluded to in a recent interview with Polygon) is in line with some of those unconfirmed rumours.
In any case, we should find out a lot more about Halo Infinite at this week's Xbox Games Showcase event, with the main show kicking off this Thursday at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm BST / 6pm CEST.
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