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At first it was hard to distinguish what game/franchise was running in the near final moments of Microsoft’s E3 press conference. Set in what appeared to be a post apocalyptic sand-filled world it was anyone’s guess, really. The mysterious cloaked figure made his or her way through the sand dunes only to come face to face with a large alien aircraft. Once the aircraft touched ground, and kicked up a large gust of wind, did we finally fill the pieces of the puzzle.

Master Chief! 

That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. Halo has officially been teased for Xbox One. Spartan Assault and the television series aside, the all-new first-person shooter is promised to run at a ‘blistering’ 60fps (at least that’s what was said on stage) on Xbox One. The next chapter in the Halo universe is set to debut in 2014 for Xbox One and is being developed by 343 Studios.

 

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Halo Announced for Xbox One

By EGM Staff | 06/10/2013 01:05 PM PT

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At first it was hard to distinguish what game/franchise was running in the near final moments of Microsoft’s E3 press conference. Set in what appeared to be a post apocalyptic sand-filled world it was anyone’s guess, really. The mysterious cloaked figure made his or her way through the sand dunes only to come face to face with a large alien aircraft. Once the aircraft touched ground, and kicked up a large gust of wind, did we finally fill the pieces of the puzzle.

Master Chief! 

That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. Halo has officially been teased for Xbox One. Spartan Assault and the television series aside, the all-new first-person shooter is promised to run at a ‘blistering’ 60fps (at least that’s what was said on stage) on Xbox One. The next chapter in the Halo universe is set to debut in 2014 for Xbox One and is being developed by 343 Studios.

 

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