There aren’t many games with split-screen support these days. One of those was set to be For Honor, the upcoming third-person brawler from Ubisoft. But in a video, the developers have announced that the feature is being cut.
One of Halo’s staples has been the ability to play the game’s campaign in split-screen with a friend. Halo 5 won’t have that feature, in favour of maintaining a solid 60 frames-per-second. It’s one of many small details we’ve learned about the latest Halo game in the last few days.