Halo Is No Longer Exclusive to Microsoft Platforms, We Have a Halo Board Game

By   /   Aug 3, 2015
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The world of Halo has been exclusive to Microsoft platforms for as long as anyone can remember, but things are about to change. You will no longer require an Xbox 360, Xbox One or PC (or mobile phones) to experience the world of Halo.

The popular franchise is being turned into a monopoly!

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Halo Monopoly Edition is coming our way this November, according to a listing on EB Games.

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This holiday season Halo is all about some quality time with your family and friends. Best part is, you don’t need a $350 console to play it.

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The Monopoly Edition of this popular franchise is being sold for $68 in Australia, which translates into around $49 in the United States. At the time of this writing similar listing aren’t available in North America, but we’ll let you know as soon as Halo Monopoly becomes available in other regions.

However if you prefer killing aliens instead of playing Monopoly, you will need an Xbox One and a copy of Halo 5 Guardians.

Guardians will release exclusively on Xbox One on October 27 and according to 343, the game will not support split-screen multiplayer. 343 wanted to create the most ambitious Halo game to date, which could not have been possible with split screen multiplayer.