New Halo for Xbox One due in 2014 Video
New Halo for Xbox One due in 2014 Video Transcript
-Please welcome from 343 Industries, Bonnie Ross. -Halo is an incredible universe built on the heroism of master chief and the dedication and enthusiasm of its incredible fan base. Last Tuesday, we introduced Spartan Assault. A new Halo game designed from the ground up for Windows and it's playable on the show floor this week. We also recently announced the creation of a live action Halo television series with Steven Spielberg. Both of these experiences allow us to tell deeper, richer stories across multiple screens. But today, we're here to announce Halo's debut on Xbox One. A Halo FPS for a new generation of hardware that will take full advantage of the power and flexibility of Xbox One. A Halo engine enhanced by the power of Cloud computing, dedicated servers and for the first time on console, a Halo experience that runs in a blistering 60 frames per second. All right. In 2014, Halo Combat will truly evolve and your journey with Halo on Xbox One begins. Thank you.
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