Microsoft Showcases Halo 4
Halo HD Remake Shown As Well
©2011 Nicholas Laborde
It’s the first day of E3, and Microsoft has started with possibly the biggest announcement of E3 2011.
During their conference, everything went quiet.
Halo 4 has been announced.
Okay, I’ll give you a few seconds to take that in.
You ready for the next part?
A complete HD remake of the original Halo is coming as well.
OXCGN gives you a rundown of how it all happened.
Be back soon, dying of excitement
We all thought it was over at Reach.
We were wrong.
The lights dimmed.
The crowd became surreal.
The chanting we all know (oooooohhh ooooohhh ooooooooooohhhhhhhhh) came on, and the crowd went wild.
Halo 4 is coming out in fall of 2012, and is the start of a new trilogy.
And then we were left with our minds wandering.
And that’s not all. Shown earlier in the conference, Halo is coming back. But in a different way.
Coming this fall, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is the HD remastering of the title, available to all.
High-definition remastered visuals in a Reach-esque engine, four player cooperative play in the campaign, and seven multiplayer maps all redone will combine to have an epic experience.
November 15, 2011 will be the date we get our hands on this masterpiece. Check out our screencaps!
Is Halo 4 a good thing?
Or is it going to be some of the worst to come?
And do we really want to buy a game from ten years ago again, just prettied up a bit?
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©2011 Nicholas Laborde
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