Tuesday, 20 December 2016

‘Halo Wars: Definitive Edition’ Release Date, News




Fans of the first-person action series "Halo" would be delighted to know that the remastered video game will launch on Dec. 20, 2016. The "Halo Wars: Definitive Edition" will be up for grabs for those who pre-ordered the digital version of the Ultimate Edition. The Ultimate Edition of "Halo" is slated to roll out on Xbox One and Windows PC on Feb. 21, 2017.

Ahead of the release of "Halo Wars 2: Ultimate Edition," the video game company 343 Industries will unleash the remastered game on Dec. 20. Aside from the typical assortment of graphical upgrades, the Definitive Edition provides a ton of new content. Those on PC will also be treated by the "Halo Wars: Definitive Edition" on platform-specific features like the 4K resolution support, according to Halo Way Point.

The key features of "Halo Wars: Definitive Edition" includes the game's optimization to run natively on Xbox One and Windows 10. The video game's improved visual effects, graphics and audio. Also, the "Halo Wars: Definitive Edition" will be available up to 4K resolution on Windows 10 PC, all DLC from the original game, as well as Bonus Content.

Nevertheless, the Definitive Edition of the game isn't the only new material arriving from the video game company. In fact, the 343 Industries hints that more "Halo" projects are coming soon. The 343 Industries took to their official blog to announce that they recently had a meeting about the future plans which involve more projects of the franchise, Gamerant reported.

The company did confirm that they are in the early stages for the upcoming "Halo 6," and also the Steven Spielberg television series. Either of these could be the company's new projects or it could be referring to new titles entirely, Gamespot has learned.

That being said, those who will be getting the "Halo Wars: Definitive Edition" would be glad that the remastered game's Achievement List has been released.