Halo fans, It’s been a while since we’ve had any official word from 343 Industries about their upcoming “Halo” game. We don’t even know the official title yet. How long must we refer to it as “Halo Xbox One”? There was the alternate debut trailer from Axis Animation, the company that built the original debut trailer, that showed the “halo 5” logo in place of the “Halo Xbox One” yet there has been no official title change from 343 Industries. That alternate trailer has since been set to private and not viewable to the public.
If you recall, 343i was similarly quiet prior to Halo 4’s release, saving a flood of information till the last few months prior to release. When “Halo Xbox One” was announced at E3 2013, 343’s Studio Head Bonnie Ross stated that the gameplay reveal will be at next year’s E3, June 2014. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be any breaking news in the meantime. While fans wait patiently for new info, it is important for them to remember this: It’s up to Microsoft and 343i as to how and when any “Halo Xbox One” information will be released. Also remember that the game is still roughly a year away, if Microsoft is shooting for a holiday 2014 release. But just in case you’re wondering, the Spike VGA’s air on December 6th there is no guarantee that 343 will show “Halo Xbox One” then, but it is the next major video game event.
So far, we know “Halo Xbox One” is a First Person Shooter, it will run at 60 Frames per Second, and use dedicated servers for multiplayer support. More recently, it has been made known that the “Reclaimer trilogy”, which started with Halo 4, has now become the “Reclaimer Saga” this expansion of the title will allow 343 Industries to make more than just 3 games in this current story arc.