Want To Play The New Halo Online? Move To Russia

26 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Halo Online Free-To-Play PC Game Coming Exclusively To Russia.

Halo is making a surprise return to PC after a very long gap – unless you include the top-down shooter – in the form of , 343 Industries announced today.

Here’s the deal. was made with a modified version of the Halo 3 engine, and it was “optimized for smooth performance on lower-end PCs.” It has no campaign mode.Looking around the Gamersphere, it would appear that people are in a bit of a shock (or are, at the very least, quietly surprised) by the nugget of information I am sharing with you now, and I’m inclined to agree. The developer has created this new free-to-play PC title which is going to be released as a closed beta exclusively in Russia. 343 Industries hasn’t said if it ever plans on bringing Halo Online to other countries in its closed beta state. Spartan affair. 343, Saber Interactive and Innova Systems are hosting the closed beta in order to adjust gameplay, features and the game’s economy. 343 posted the following FAQ alongside the announcement. Halo Online will be a multiplayer-only “Halo experience”, set on Anvil, a space station where Spartans train to be all badass and heroic. 343 Industries are calling it a “learning experience” so there’s no launch date, but a Russian closed beta is launching.

Halo Online might end up leaving Russia, but that’s not the focus of the developers at the moment, and any expansion outside of Russia would need to be changed to “address player expectations” in different regions. The soldiers also get to test “experimental technology.” The Q&A posted on the developer’s blog says that Halo Online is a learning opportunity for 343 Industries as it seeks to develop new ways to welcome more fans to the Halo franchise. Well, if there’s any consolation for Halo fans right now, at least the company’s isn’t planning on pulling the same stunt with Halo 5: Guardians, right?

A writer, journalist, and aspiring storyteller, Peter Grimm has been gaming since the days of the Nintendo 64, and reporting on the goings-on in the World of Gaming since late 2011.

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