Halo Wars 2: Awakening Nightmare will be released sometime this fall, and will be available for $19.99. …Read More The post Halo Wars 2: Awakening Nightmare DLC Announced; New Trailer Released by Tanner Pierce appeared first on DualShockers.
Hoping for a Halo 3 Remaster or Anniversary Edition? Well hope a little harder, because it’s not happening. …Read More The post 343 Industries: Halo 3 Anniversary Edition Is Not Happening by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Hoping Halo 6 will be a surprise at E3 2017? Well, I wouldn’t hope too hard …Read More The post Halo 6 Won’t be at E3 2017 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
It has been revealed that 343 Industries’ — the developer who took over Halo following Bungie’s departure from the iconic series it created — studio head Dan Ayoub has departed the developer. …Read More The post Halo Boss Dan Ayoub Leaves 343 Industries to Work on Microsoft Mixed Reality by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
In preparation for the release of Halo Wars 2, Microsoft will be celebrating the game’s release with a special livestream and plenty of giveaways. …Read More The post Halo Wars 2 Celebrating Launch with Livestream and Giveaways on February 16 by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
Following the Beta of Halo Wars 2, developers 343 Industries and Creative Assembly have been fine-tuning the real-time strategy title. With Halo Wars 2 coming right around the corner, players shouldn’t expect hefty changes — instead, incremental …Read More The post Halo Wars 2 Changes Revealed Thanks to Beta Feedback; Bonus Blitz Packs Being Rewarded by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
People can say and think what they want about Major Nelson, but he sure drops quite a lot of Xbox news bombs every now and then, and today was such a day. As Major Nelson had us know that 43 Industries has released the launch date and the launch trailer for “Halo Wars 2“: “Halo Wars 2 releases Tuesday, Feb. 21 (or Friday,… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
The upcoming strategy game Halo Wars 2 has highlighted the factions that players will take sides with in a new series of illustrated character posters. …Read More The post Halo Wars 2 Gets Striking New Illustrated Character Posters from Three Artists by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, developers Creative Assembly and 343 Industries announced that Halo War 2 fans will have one more opportunity to get hands-on time with the RTS game, via the game’s final large-scale multiplayer beta. …Read More The post The Halo Wars 2 Blitz Multiplayer Beta Begins January 20th; New Trailer Released by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Everything You Could Want in One Version of Halo Wars 2, Courtesy of THQ Nordic Thanks to a new partnership between THQ Nordic and 343i, PC players will be able to obtain Halo Wars 2 as a physical copy. Furthermore, it will be apart of Xbox Play Anywhere. Hence, you get a digital code for the Xbox One. But wait! There’s more. Two editions of Halo Wars 2 will be available at launch. First, we get the standard edition at $59.99 EUR/USD. Ultimate Edition, however, offers you the most for your money. We’re talking four days early access to the main game, Season Pass, and Halo Wars: Definitive Edition(Also playable for PC and Xbox One) all for just $79.99 EUR/USD. Both come in high-quality packaging that is especially appealing to collectors of physical copies. “After working on so many titles together with Microsoft in 2016, we are stoked to start the year with another partnership,” said Lars Wingefors, founder & Group CEO of THQ Nordic. “Being able to deliver such a big franchise to RTS and Halo fans alike, the opportunity to buy and own this game in a beautiful physical shape is something we appreciate a lot.” And take a look at what 343 offers…
With barely over a month until the release of Halo Wars 2, 343 Industries and THQ Nordic have teamed up to deliver some solid looking physical releases for PC players. According to the press release, PC players …Read More The post Halo Wars 2 to Get Two Physical PC Releases; Contents Detailed by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Bonnie Ross, head of 343 Industries, released a statement on the Halo Waypoint forums clarifying the development of Halo/Mega Bloks project Haggar and confirming its development. She noted that Haggar was “just one example of several similar projects we have evaluated throughout the years.” Advertisement Ross’ statement reads as follows: “Over the past few days, footage has recently made the rounds of an exploratory Xbox 360 project we worked on several years ago, known as “Haggar.” Since then, we’ve received a lot of great feedback from the community. Haggar was something we prototyped with our friends at Mega Bloks that focused on the elements of action, exploration and user creativity found within the Halo universe. Haggar had a lot of fun ideas and invention behind it, but ultimately didn’t progress beyond the early prototyping levels that are shown in the recent video. This is just one example of several similar projects we have evaluated throughout the years – a process that we continue exploring on an ongoing basis.” READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Apparently, Scorpio Is Just Impressing the Hell out of Everyone Despite his sealed lips on the matter, 343’s own Frank O’Connor gave his somewhat compelling impression of Xbox Scorpio. It came via NeoGaf, his reply to a user who asked about specs and capability. But since O’Connor could not delve into any specifics, he simply stated, “What I do remember is that it was beefier than I expected.” Although this is not the most revealing tidbit we can hear about the Scorpio, it’s still revealing. Many aspects of the future console remain very hush hush. But despite all that, everywhere you go there’s faith and excitement for Microsoft’s next console. You see it in Phil Spencer’s words and you see it in hype from Xbox’s own executives. Then you see a similar case as Frank O’Connor with Ark: Survival Evolved Dev Jeremy Stieglitz, who praised Scorpio’s potential towards VR. Fortunately, there are some things we do know: the new console will generate 6 teraflops, come with an 8 core CPU, and fulfill a memory bandwidth of 320 GB/s, delivering us that 4K experience while supporting VR and backward compatibility with Xbox One. Players suspect, while developers suggest, Scorpio will be a technical marvel that shall enhance gameplay. If that’s true,…
343 Industries and Creative Assembly have released a new video for Halo Wars 2 which goes over the game’s multiplayer. In the video, they explain some of the game’s multiplayer modes, which include Blitz, a mode where players must chose a leader and build a deck of cards to bring into battle with them. You can watch the video below. Halo Wars 2 will release February 21 for PC and Xbox One. [embedded content]