New Xbox One Exclusive Halo: The Master Chief Collection Trailer, Gameplay and Artwork Revealed

Fahad Arif
Posted Jul 6, 2014
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At its E3 2014 press conference, Microsoft took the wraps off the previously rumored compilation of four remastered first-person shooter video games from the multi-billion dollar video game franchise called Halo. Revealing Halo: The Master Chief Collection, the publisher announced that the game will consist of Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4 and their multiplayer modes put together, complete with their full set of add-on content released until now. Here is some fresh gameplay and artwork for you to feast your eyes.

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Xbox One Exclusive Halo: The Master Chief Collection Gets New Trailer, Gameplay Video and Artwork at RTX 2014

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is one of the most anticipated upcoming Xbox One exclusive titles. The game comes as an all-in-one package for Halo fans including all multiplayer maps, add-on content and gameplay modes of four games from Halo series. All of the games included in this package have been remastered and feature next-gen visuals while running at glorious 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. No changes are being made to the original gameplay and stories of the included games.

This weekend, during a panel at Rooster Teeth’s RTX 2014 expo in Austin, 343 Industries finally managed to give out a serious glimpse of the upcoming Xbox One exclusive Halo: the Master Chief Collection in form of a new trailer, concept artwork and a livestream showing some gameplay from Halo 2: Anniversary, which will be part of the collection. You can see the recording of the livestream below.

343 Industries also announced that the popular “Coagulation” map will be one of the six remastered maps for Halo: The Master Chief Collection multiplayer. You can see the map in the concept artwork that is given at the bottom of this post. Thanks to YouTube user woooshness, we have the gameplay video, recorded directly from livestream, of Halo 2: Anniversary, which comes with additional visual treatment because of the 10th anniversary of Halo 2. Without further ado, below is the gameplay video following the trailer.

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