343 Industries has announced the list of Kinect features that will support Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition.
As detailed at New York ComicCon over the weekend by 343 (as reported by IGN), there’ll be three ways to use Kinect within the game.
First, you can use your voice to switch between the classic visual mode of ten years ago and the HD graphics, as well as reload and throw grenades.
Second, Analyse Mode will enable you to scan weapons, vehicles, characters and aliens by putting the reticule on the subject before saying scan.
The items you scan in-game will then make their way to Library, the third and final Kinect feature. It’s there that you’ll be able to look at the items you’ve taken in using the motion controller.
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition launches on November 15 for Xbox 360.
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