If you are a Halo fan and haven’t had the chance to upgrade your Xbox 360 to the new Xbox One, then waiting a little longer won’t hurt. The Xbox One bundle with Halo: The Master Chief Collection has recently been announced and it will be available worldwide for $350.
The bundle contains the Xbox One console, along with a digital copy of The Master Chief Collection, which is comprised of the remastered versions of Halo 1 through 4 and some extra content such as Halo: Nightfall; the bundle does not include a Kinect device.
Though the Halo: MMC Xbox One bundle is said to be available in-stores this month, Microsoft stated that customers should check with their local retailers to find out exactly when it will be available in their area.
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The first footage of the upcoming Halo: Nightfall TV series is finally here! The series is being produced by the legendary Ridley Scott and co-developed by 343 Industries. The show takes place between the events of Halo 4 and Halo 5: Guardians, setting the pace for next years block buster game and warming up audiences just in time for Halo: The Master Chief Collection later this year.
The series will follow the story of Jameson Locke, who is said to be a playable character in Halo 5. Jamesons character will be played by Mike Colter (Million Dollar Baby, Zero Dark Thirty) in the TV series.
The series is set to launch in November, around the same time as the Master Chief Collection which contains Halo 1 – 4 with beefed up graphics, 1080p @ 60FPS gameplay (a first for the series) and all the released multiplayer maps from each title.