Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One
Xbox One

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Nov 11, 2014

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: 343 Industries
Content Rating: Mature


Honoring the iconic hero and his epic journey, the Master Chief’s entire story is brought together as The Master Chief Collection, a collection of all four Halo games, including the re-mastered Halo 2: Anniversary, all at Xbox One visual fidelity and 60 fps. In addition to the 45 campaign missions you get with The Master Chief Collection, you can play with your friends on over 100 multiplayer and Spartan Ops maps (including the original Halo: Combat Evolved maps). With the Master Menu, play all four games from start to finish, or jump around and play your favorite missions. Use curated playlists to experience both the campaign and multiplayer modes in a whole new way.

Critic Reviews

42 Reviews
Jeremy ParishNov 07, 2014
Halo: The Master Chief Collection clearly sets out to be one of the videogame tributes ever assembled; and in doing so, its hard not to be impressed by the scope and ambition of its efforts. This is the definitive collection of Halo: Combat Evolved through Halo 4, effectively presenting both classic and remixed content in a way that makes it feel like more than a simple trip down memory lane. Assuming it avoids issues with multiplayer stability, it's possible that it will end up being relevant as a shooter for a long time to come.
Kirby YablonskiNov 10, 2014
The added benefit of the Xbox One hardware also makes it better, with improved visuals in campaign and new Halo 2 Anniversary maps, as well as the control options. Add to this that the amount of extras are long and lasting, and you have a total package that makes for quite a high benchmark for all developers/publishers to meet when considering releasing a collection of a game series.
David HoughtonNov 07, 2014
Able to finally play all of Halo, take it apart, rebuild it, and remix it to our own tastes, we can now play both Halo as it was made, and Halo as it exists in our minds. That’s a hell of a good thing. And whether you’re a series veteran or an interested new recruit, it’s something you should definitely consider exploring. In fact you should just do it. Right now.

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