It’s no joke that Halo 4 is probably one of the best game releases of this year, and for a very good reason: 343 Industries is keeping Halo 4 busy and constantly filled with new content. Today, we have a massive amount of sweet Halo 4 news for all you competitive and co-op gamers out there, so pause that Youtube video you’re watching and pay attention, because you won’t want to miss out:
Every triple-A title needs a season pass these days, and now Halo 4 will have its own. Available soon, the Halo 4 War Games Season Pass will give consumers the chance to gain access to all future DLC’s with a one-time purchase.
As it turns out, Halo 4 will be packing so much content that gamers will have two discs instead of one in their purchases.
Curious about what 343 Industries has in store for Halo 4 players and their Gamerscores? Recently, they have released the title’s hefty list of Achievements. From these alone, we’ve been given some slight insight as to what else this FPS will have to offer come November. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.
After you cast your vote on November 6th for your respective presidential election candidates, you’ll be all set to go out and purchase Halo 4 with its first Spartan Ops episode ready to go. Spartan Ops, a special co-op mode featured in Halo 4, is one of 10 “episodic missions” that take place directly after the single player campaign.
Since the dawn of Halo 3, Forge Mode has been a massive hit between casual and professional players to make the perfect maps for any occasion. The question these days is, however, will Halo 4’s version hold its own compared to its predecessor’s?
Those that attended the San Diego Comic-Con were shown a future Halo 4 Limited Edition console bundle, a great way to congratulate Master Chief’s return to the series.
Fans of the Halo series have a while yet before Halo 4 arrives on shelves, but that doesn’t mean 343 Industries doesn’t want to keep gamers in the dark about the upcoming title. Frank O’ Connor, the Franchise Development Director at 343, has taken the opportunity to reveal more of the Halo 4 storyline and what we can expect to get out of preordering the Limited Edition version.
Game Informer put out a nice article about Halo 4 in their May issue, however, it stirred up a bit of concern on the internet. One of the bullet points that shocked us the most was that Firefight, the 4 player co-op mode from Halo 3: ODST and Halo Reach was dropped. For many Co-Optimus readers, Firefight was their favorite part of both of those games. 343 have heard our outcry, and they've addressed Firefight in the latest Sparkast.
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