Halo: Reach Comes to Xbox One
The Halo series put Microsoft as a contender for one of the biggest game companies In the world. This First-Person Sci-fi shooter adds a compelling story with unique gameplay. This the original Xbox one of the best selling consoles back in 2001. When Halo 3 came out with the Xbox 360, the game appeal helped sell more consoles. And now with the Xbox One, Microsoft is adding 2010’s Halo: Reach to the Master Chief Collection. The game set to be available for both Xbox One and PC December 3rd. To top it all off, Microsoft is bringing back some features from the original Reach that were fan favorites.
One thing that Reaches is particularly known for was its “Forge” mode. Forge is a game mode where you can go in and make additions to game maps. Almost anything you set your mind too you can make in this game mode. It is a huge creative hub for the entire Halo Community. Microsoft recently announced that the 6.2 Million forge maps from past games will soon be available on the Xbox One. Maps included will be from Halo 3, Halo: Reach, and Halo 4 forge hubs.
Theatre Mode was a Hub where players can go back and watch replay footage of a previous game. A common use for theatre mode is to save bloopers or killstreaks to show friends or send them to gaming channels. Just like Forge, Theatre Mode will soon be added to Halo: Reach in the future.
The Forge and Theatre modes will be available on Xbox One December 13 and will be released on PC sometime in early 2020.
How do you guys feel about modes back to Halo: Reach?
Feel free to post comments below and share what content you would like to see us cover.
Happy Holidays everyone.