Publisher Microsoft Studios has announced that its third-person shooter game Halo: Spartan Assault will be released on Xbox One and Xbox 360, ending the title's exclusivity offered to Windows platforms.
This top-down perspective game was launched on Windows 8 and Windows Phone on 18 July. The game is set between the events of Halo 3 and Halo 4, where players get to control Edward Davis and Commander Sarah Palmer as they fight the alien Covenant.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 Features:
Developers 343 Industries, along with Vanguard Entertainment, have added a new Co-op mode to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 version. Players can also immerse in Operation Hydra, a carryover feature from the original Windows version, "that brings mystery and a chilling addition to the single player Campaign," the company said on Halowaypoint.
For the first time in this game Flood - parasitic aliens - have been incorporated and players can wage wars against them.
The studio promises more weapons, armour abilities, upgrades and most importantly Achievements into this version of the game.
- The game will have more than 30 battle missions in its single player campaigns.
- Players can build their skills as the game offers them simulation training.
- Players can also earn experience points (XP) and Achievements
- More XPs will allow players to make in-app purchases to give them boosts, unique weapons and armour abilities.
Spartan Assault will invade Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles in December.
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