Halo For Xbox One Releasing This Year, Despite Not Having A Name Yet
There are a lot of Halo fans around the world. There are so many of them so eager to get their hands on the new installment of Master Chief’s adventure that a few of them resorted to cutting themselves with sharp objects when an Xbox website failed to mention the game releasing in 2014.
But don’t worry, unlike Justin Bieber did when his fans pulled the most retarded stunt of 2013, Microsoft came to the rescue by assuring fans that Halo for Xbox One will launch this year.
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The reason as to why the game was omitted from a list posted by Microsoft, which included games such as Sunset Overdrive, Titanfall and Project Spark, is a lot more hilarious. Initially, Halo was left out of the 2014 release list purely because it hasn’t been named yet. It’s still Halo for Xbox One at the moment, and not Halo 5 as a lot of people are calling it (which will most probably end up being the final name anyway). So we have a game that has been confirmed for launch this year, and yet it has no name. Is this only weird to me?
Good news is that the new Halo will run at 60 frames per second on Microsoft’s new console, which is great news for anyone who hasn’t already experienced a shooter at this framerate. Bad news is that at this rate the new Halo could get a name and even release before the Xbox One hits local shores.
Because that too has a broad release date of “2014”.