Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One
Xbox One

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Nov 11, 2014

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: 343 Industries
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

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.

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

44 Reviews
8.62
Kyle HansonNov 10, 2014
With four complete single player campaigns, over 100 multiplayer maps, and a ton of other extras, Halo: The Master Chief Collection stands as the greatest compilation and remake in gaming history. Anyone with even a passing interest in the series will find a lot to love in this package.
Chris CarterNov 07, 2014
The sheer number of maps, variants, playlists, and rulesets will keep me interested for months on end. I can already envision myself joining groups of friends who only like particular games, forming separate communities within the collection. Not only that, but this is also the perfect way to replay each campaign if I ever get the itch instead of finding multiple discs. This is the new gold standard for remakes. Well done, 343 Industries.
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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