The lights are on
343's presence at this year's RTX brought forth a
slew of new information regarding The Master Chief Collection, such as the
Gungoose coming to Halo 2. In this video showcasing its panel, 343 Industries,
led by community manager Andy Dudynsky, shows gameplay, updated features, and
menus for the upcoming collection.
The whole panel is interesting and informative, but if you want to get into the meat of it all, check out 2:44 to see what the menus will look like in the game as well as seeing some of the maps and variants that will be playable. Actual gameplay can be spotted at around 24:40.
This collection brings in remastered versions of the
four Halo games starring Master Chief. As shown in the video, a big focus is
bringing Halo 2, a fan-favorite and oft-considered granddaddy of modern
first-person shooter multiplayer, to the modern age. The new edition will come with updated visuals, audio, weapons, and vehicles.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection comes out
exclusively on the Xbox One on November 11. To see more about the upcoming title, check out the latest trailer or read our rundown of what the title will bring here.
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You guys still haven't talked about the RWBY game. It may not seem interesting enough, but I think seeing a fan getting picked up by the producers to make a game is cool.
I'm so excited for this! I don't know if I want to jump straight into Halo 2 or start with Halo:CE.
I might get a Xbox One just for this.
this one of the best things that could have happen in gaming am happy for this
I am seriously considering getting an XB1 just for this collection alone. I don't need any other game for the XB1 (thats what I have my ps4 for) But this is a system seller if you ask me. Halo 2, the greatest multiplayer game of all time unchanged like it was in the good ol' days, I want this!
Im so pumped for this!
Pretty excited for this collection and the chance to replay all the games again!
Are Halo 3 and Halo 4 just existing updated versions of the games? This is confusing because of Halo and Halo 2 being listed as Anniversary titles. I just would like some more info on this.
I like how Halo Combat Evolved and Halo 2 are considered some of the best Xbox games ever made despite how haphazard and rushed their development cycles were. They were both great, but watching this panel reminded me that they were going to be so much more.
I want this on day one. The second coming of Halo 2 multiplayer is glorious, considering Halo 2 PC is kinda lackluster in terms of population.