343 Industries head Bonnie Ross says they've been humbled by the launch bugs with Halo: The Master Chief Collection. They want to apologize to the Halo community with a wide range of free gifts.
Those of you trying to play Halo: The Master Chief Collection and experiencing online woes should probably boot up the game and give it another go, as the folks at 343 Industries have announced yet another patch geared at improving matchmaking and parties, as well as quite a few other tweaks and fixes.
You'll be pleased to know that the size of the Halo 5 beta has been revealed. What does this mean for you? Well, now you know how much hard drive space to set aside for the premier multiplayer taste-test due to drop at the end of the month.
New footage for Halo 5: Guardians has been made available for public consumption, detailing a few of the things that gamers have been desperately asking about, including the spectator mode and the Killcam.
A new video has surfaced from out of the Halofest 2014 event that shows off the Halo 5 multiplayer beta. The video features a Team Slayer round on the remade and revamped map named Truth. It's a compact map with a fast-paced and lots of non-stop action.
The matchmaking issues with Halo: The Master Chief Collection are still going, it seems. 343 Industries has decided to fix the problem by removing a few playlists.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection's launch day was marred by matchmaking problems and various bugs. 343 Industries announced that an update to fix these problems will be out sometime today.
If you were hoping that 343 Industries would have an uber-powerful version of Halo 5 ready for the multiplayer beta test due to take place this December, think again. The game is still a year off from release and it was bound to have a few drawbacks, one of which includes only being 720p.
343 Industries is prepping for the Halofest, but before they do so they wanted to give gamers a little bit of a taste and a tease of what's to come from the Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta that's due to drop this December.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is due for release on the Xbox One on November 11th. Some people might be wondering what the big deal is and why they would be excited to play some decade-old (and older) games on their brand spanking new Xbox One?
Can't wait for November 11th? Well, no worries. There are videos and media popping up all over the place prepping for the Xbox One's biggest fall release, Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The latest video features 10 minutes of gameplay from the 1080p, 60fps redo of Halo 4 for the Xbox One.
Now here's a clever way to stop piracy: lock achievements to post-launch patches. Very, very clever. While the Xbox One hasn't been cracked (yet) there are already some nifty new ways that developers are utilizing and leveraging the software side to ensure that only legitimate players will get the most out of the game.
If you want to see some of the armor unlocks being made available in Halo 5: Guardians' multiplayer, look no further than a bit of new info courtesy of 343 Industries and IGN. The unlocks showcase what the different armor types look like in the upcoming FPS.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection's multiplayer will include a remake of the map "Coagulation" from Halo 2. 343 Industries gave gamers a tour of this map, now called "Bloodline," with new screenshots and a trailer today.
The video is only two minutes long but it showcases a wide variety of different scenarios, maps and locations to give gamers a nice idea of what to expect from the title.