It’s only a few months now until the iconic Master Chief graces our screens once again. The release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection will mark Halos introduction to the Xbox One by bringing Halo 1 – 4 to the new console, with massively improved graphics and framerate compared when compared to their original releases.
It’s not secret that Halo games often ran sub 30fps on their respective consoles, heck I’ve seen Halo 4 co-op multiplayer drop to what I could only describe as a slow motion flicker book, rendering it completely unplayable in busy sections. Now the game will be returning with improved textures, better AA, better filtering, better lighting and a super slick 60FPS locked frame rate, a first for the series.
So just how good do the new games look compared to their originals, given that there has been around ten years between some of them? Check out the video below and prepare to have your nostalgic mind blown.
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Halo: The Master Chief Collection is due for release on Xbox One November 11th.
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