But there’s something coming for the fans during the Xbox conference.

Halo community manager Brian Jarrard going on Reddit by the nick of ske7ch343 has denied recent reports about the IP. The first thing is the confirmation that we won’t be seeing Halo 6 being announced at E3 2017. It was earlier stated by Phil Spencer, so this is a form of making you acknowledge the fact.

The second news is a response to recent talks about Halo 3 getting an Anniversary edition. The original game was released in September of 2007, so it’s a nice moment to see it re-released, but you should remember that the game is already a part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection (although not remastered as thoroughly as the first two games).

There’s a chance of Halo: The Master Chief Collection or Halo 5 itself making a debut on Windows 10. As we know, Halo 6 will be available on PC and Xbox One thanks to Xbox Play Anywhere program.