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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Isn’t Adding Bots Yet, But It Might In The Future

343 Industries has said that it isn’t planning on adding bots to Halo: The Master Chief Collection, but will take it into consideration after, “being encouraged by the discussions online”.

The topic came up after Twitter user RejectedShotgun found an icon and a “Add bot” string in the Season 5 update for The Master Chief Collection. Adding bots is something that fans have been requesting to be added to the game for a long time, so the discovery was an exciting one, and indicated that the feature would be coming to the game soon.

That’s not exactly the case, unfortunately. Noticing how excited fans were about the find, 343 Industries took to Halo Waypoint to dispel the rumours about bots being added to the game. It said, “Earlier this week, some players noticed a UI image that was in the game files over in a modding Discord.  Bots can be a useful tool for testing some of our features such as CGB and they have a ton of potential, but we are not ready to talk about any future plans for them yet”.

343’s language here is interesting, as the use of “yet” seems to imply that bots are indeed coming at some point in the game, even if they aren’t discussing them publicly right now. It also said, “We are encouraged by the discussions online from the community and taking that into consideration when discussing them internally”.

 

Halo: The Master Chief Collection was just updated to add a new game mode, Escalation Slayer. This mode is available in Halo 2, Halo Reach and Halo 4, and acts like Call of Duty’s Gun Game, with players swapping weapons the more they kill. This mode being added is likely why the game was being datamined by players, to see if anything new had been added behind the scenes.

In other Halo news, an easter egg that had gone unnoticed for six years was finally found in Halo 5, and it makes players race around on a Mongoose. Halo 3 was also recently updated to add a brand new map, despite the fact that the game is now over 13 years old.

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