Halo 5: Guardians was shown at E3 2014 during Microsoft’s conference, but not before Halo: The Master Chief Collection was revealed.
The stage reveal revealed that Master Chief has started questioning authority and searching for himself, but there’s also someone else looking for answers. That’s the other character seen in Halo 5’s promo art.
November 11 will see the Halo: The Master Chief collection launch on Xbox One to get you prepared. It includes Halos 1, 2, 3 and 4.
It enables gamers to make playlists of their favourite moments from across all games, ad the pack also includes a full Anniversary Edition remake of Halo 2, complete with the shooter’s multiplayer just as you remember it from the Xbox original. It also includes six classic maps.
The game displays at 1080p and 60 frames per second, along with 4,000 Gamerscore and over 100 maps – that’s every map ever released in a Halo game.
Finally, it includes the whole digital series Halo: Nightfall by Ridley Scott and access to the Halo 5: Guardians beta on December 5.