During E3 this year, Microsoft unveiled Halo The Master Chief Collection, exclusively for the Xbox One console. Halo 5 is also on the cards, but first of all there is Halo The Master Chief Collection to look forward to. Scheduled for release on November 11th, the bundle consists of Halo Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4, and will be available for $59.99.
These are the full original versions of each of the games — nothing has been removed. All maps and levels are available at full HD resolution, with the only change being the way achievement are earned. There is one other slight difference. In the collection, there is no need to unlock missions and difficulty levels — everything each of the games has to offer is available right from the start.
Microsoft teased us with a trailer for Halo The Master Chief Collection, but a leaked gameplay footage of the collection has made its way onto the internet, offering us a bit more of a tease. An off-screen video was recorded during the Halo Nightfall panel, which took place at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, showing off a few minutes of gameplay footage, along with commentary.
Check out the video below.Further reading: Halo, Microsoft, Xbox One