Halo The Master Chief Collection Launch
Just in case you haven’t been keeping up to date: Halo: The Master Chief Collection launches exclusively for Xbox One on November 11. This amazing collection lets you experience (or re-experience!) the awesomeness of the four Halo games starring everyone’s favorite Spartan, with the fully remastered Halo 2: Anniversary (and its six reimagined multiplayer maps) as the star attraction. And, make no mistake, the Master Chief looks amazing on next-gen hardware. To see what we mean, check out this hot new launch trailer above!
We’re just getting started, though. On November 8 and 9, we’re holding the Halo: The Master Chief Collection Launch Invitational, where 32 of the world’s best Halo players will compete for their share of a $50,000 prize pool in an epic eSports extravaganza, presented by ESL. The action starts at 2 p.m. PT on Saturday, November 8 – check it out at Halo’s official Twitch channel to see just how good the professionals are. You’ll also learn more about the future of Halo eSports as we dive deeper into the recently announced Halo Championship Series.
Once those festivities conclude, join us for HaloFest on November 10. This is the first place you’ll get to see the Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer Beta ahead of its December 29 launch, as well as the world premiere of episode one of the “Halo: Nightfall” digital series, and exclusive interviews with the minds behind Halo at 343 Industries and talent of “Halo: Nightfall.” Tune into HaloFest on Xbox Live, Xbox.com, on our official Twitch channel, or in select Microsoft Stores beginning at 8 p.m. PT on Monday, November 10.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection will finally launch on the Xbox One, and for fans of the fictitious universe that want to get a short interactive look into select things that are of the Halo lore, we now have Halo Starscope.
By visiting the website, users can engage on-screen content by using a click & drag method with their mouse to view a 360 degree panorama of actual places within the Halo games. These locations span Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4 (all a part of The Master Chief Collection) and you can look up quick facts about weapons, vehicles, armor add-ons and information about the locations themselves through highlighted banners on each page within the site.[button href=”http://www.halostarscope.com/” priority=”primary” size=”big” linking=”new-window” title=”Halo Starscope”]Halo Starscope[/button]