The Master Chief Collection is a hot affair in the town these days. The day one patch is at an estimate count of 20 GB but the players will not need to have great patience in order to get started with the campaign.
As many as 343 industries have confirmed that the game has actually gone into the gold phase where the development of it has stopped and proceeded to the production phase. Dan Ayoub, the studio head of Halo external development at 343 added that the Master Chief Collection gulps most of the space on a Blu-Ray disc apart from the patch of day one.
He stated, “”From the start, our philosophy has been to give Halo fans the best possible experience and not compromise the quality or features of the collection. The result is that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will take up almost all of the usable space of a single Blu-ray (45 GB), and we will also issue a content update at launch that is estimated to be 20 GB. You’ll be able to start playing Campaign and more as the content is installed, with some features and multiplayer content being added via the update.
Yes, the update is large, but we weren’t about to cut corners to save disc space. This ensures that you are getting every bit of Halo goodness we can fit in. Our work is not done, however, as we continue to tune, tweak and optimize the online experience to ensure a smooth multiplayer launch. This will continue right up until launch day.”
A global release date for Halo: The Master Chief Collection has been confirmed and fixed to be 11 November. However, in some countries, including Belgium, Japan and France, another date has been selected for the release. Halo: The Master Chief Collection is also available for the digital pre-order and pre-download now. It costs $1095.95 and it possesses a download size of 45.63 GB before the update of 20GB.
Digital pre-orders also include the Boom Skull Unlock in favor of the Halo 2: Anniversary. It will actually be exclusive until 12 December. The game is releasing on December 11, but Spartan Ops is no way available before December.
Dan Ayoub spilled the beans by saying,
“In the meantime, we’re making some technical enhancements to that experience to make sure it’s smoother and even better than before, All ten episodes will be available at the same time, so we’re working to make an event out of it with our community teams.”
Watch the cinematic trailer of Halo: The Master Chief Collection:
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