Certain Affinity will be helping 343 Industries with "further evolving" Halo Infinite, adding more developer resources to the latest game in the franchise.
Halo Infinite is the latest game in the Halo franchise. While it's suffered from some annoying technical issues, the fine folks at 343 have promised to deliver some juicy new content early next month. 343 will soon be getting some help in its efforts to make this the best Halo game yet -- Certain Affinity is jumping in to help out with development.
What is Certain Affinity Doing With Halo Infinite?
Certain Affinity has been assisting with Halo games for a good few years. Now, it looks like it's joining the efforts of Halo Infinite development.
"We’ve been part of the @Halo franchise for more than 15 years and we’re honored to say we are deepening our relationship with 343 and have been entrusted with further evolving Halo Infinite in some new and exciting ways," read a tweet from Certain Affinity.
The tweet also included a link to Certain Affinity's careers page. There are currently over three dozen positions open at the company across its offices in Austin and Toronto, along with many opportunities to work remotely.
Unfortunately, there's not much in the way of information about what Certain Affinity is going to be doing with Halo Infinite, although we can take a guess based on its past work in the franchise. The company seems to have been a jack of all trades of sorts; it helped out with DLC development, mapping, updating games, and more over the years. At this rate, its work with Halo Infinite really could be just about anything.
Adding to this, it seems that this new work isn't Certain Affinity's only project. Earlier this year, reporting surfaced talking about Certain Affinity working with Microsoft on a game called Project Suerte, a new title that aims to emulate the gameplay of the Monster Hunter franchise.
We can't say what Certain Affinity will be doing with Halo Infinite, but it's clear that the company has a long and storied history of working on Halo. You can play Halo Infinite multiplayer for free on PC and Xbox right now; otherwise, you can buy the campaign for $59.99 or your regional equivalent. There's also the option to buy it at a 20% discount on Steam until April 15.