Halo: The Master Chief Collection allegedly revealed for Xbox One
According to a recent report, Master Chief's first four major games are coming to Xbox One...
Engadget is reporting that Microsoft is going to release a Halo collection for the Xbox One ahead of the arrival of Halo 5: Guardians. According to the site's sources, 'Halo: The Master Chief Collection' will be released for the current gen console, and it'll include all four major numbered titles starring Master Chief. That's Bungie's Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, and Halo 3, along with Halo 4 from 343 Industries.
Engadget's source has apparently stated that the collection's aim is to focus on the Chief and his adventures, so it's unlikely that the other Halo titles, ODST and Reach will be included. The developer of the collection is unknown at this time, but as 343 is busy working on Halo 5, it's highly possible that Halo Anniversary developer, Saber Interactive, is handling the project. This is all the more likely as this team is already known working on an unannounced Xbox One title.
It's not known if there are plans to release the collection as a downloadable game, or solely on disc, or if it'll hit the PC or Xbox 360 (as a collection of the existing games, perhaps with a HD version of Halo 2 alongside Anniversary).
Microsoft has promised more Halo content this year in the run up to Halo 5 and the Halo TV series, so this collection is highly possible. Hopefully we'll get some official confirmation soon.
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