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With Halo 4, the newly-crafted development studio 343 Industries is attempting to build the next great adventure for the legendary Master Chief. We had a chance to visit their office (located in the old Bungie studio) and discuss their approach on how to take the Halo series in a bold, new direction while remaining true to the past 10 years of excellence.
Watch the video below to see studio creative director Josh Holmes and Halo 4 executive producer Kiki Wolfkill share their thoughts on the development of the new Halo trilogy and what 343 Industries has in store for the fans.
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This only adds to my hopes that GameInformer gets a cover story for Halo 4.
I want to fight in HUGE battles with just as many marines as there are covenant to die off.. Moh 'SPLOSIONS too. Walking along a path, killing a group of Covenant, walking further along a path to kill another group got kinda old after 5 games.. and I've been a fan since 2001 which is why I'm on board with 343 to see what they can bring new to the table.. MUCH LOVE.
i actually really excited to see what 343 can/will do with Halo 4.
So excited for this, but more for GTA V now!
This is awsome cant wait im a lital ifey about how theys creats are going to do fingers crossed they dont f*ck it up.
This makes me wanna play Reach. Haven't played it yet...
gotta have a big imagination to make this kind of stuff.
This game is going to be beast.
Those guys do what i want to do for a living
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Kiki Wolfkill?? Are you *** me?!!!
Please make Halo 4 awesome.
I think this is going to be the last Halo game for this console the other two I suspect are going to be for the NextBox, if we go by rumors about it gearing up for 2013 or 2014.
This was honestly a better read in the gameinformer magazine.
God I would hate to be in that team.... The pressure these guys have must bring them close to madness.
I would take a miracle for them to make a truly innovative Halo game that fans embrace. I think Microsoft might of shot itself in the foot by not making Halo 4 ''next-gen''.