Electronic Arts have announced the Battlefield Hardline beta for PlayStation 4 and PC, and it is currently available.
Microsoft today announced, during its annual E3 press conference, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, the complete remastering of every single Halo game–excluding Halo Wars and Halo ODST–for the Xbox One.
Each game has received a makeover for Xbox One, with each being displayed at 1080p and 60 frames per second. In addition, the soundtracks for the first two Halo games will be replaced with completely new orchestrations for The Master Chief Collection.
Other than those changes, Microsoft expects these to be the only changes to the original, Microsoft wants everything gameplay-wise to remain the same–as every mission and difficulty level in Master Chief Collection will be unlocked from the start.
And, according to 343 Industries general manager Bonnie Ross, Master Chief Collection will feature a new digital series called Halo Nightfall,”a specific story that connects the past to the future.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is set for release on November 11, and purchasing the game will grant access to Halo 5: Champions multiplayer beta–set for release in December.
Cloudgine’s David Jones took center stage at Microsoft press conference to reveal Crackdown, the third installment into the series.
Crackdown is a cooperative open world game and it will be exclusive to Xbox One.
According to sources close to the sequels development, Respawn Entertainment plans to develop the upcoming Titanfall sequel on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The source claims that the sequel is still in the “early stages” of it’s development and won’t be out for awhile; calling it the “planing stage” of it’s development.
Recently, reports surfaced that Respawn Entertainment regretted not developing the original for both next generation platforms–calling it a missed opportunity to strengthen it’s overall community.