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Halo The Master Chief Collection Might Get ‘Infected’ Playlist in Future
Halo The Master Chief collection was released on Xbox one on November 11, 2014. Since then it has been receiving updates on a regular basis. It is expected that the next update for the Halo The Master Chief collection could be “infection”.
This concept, where a player starts as infected and goes on to kill every other non-infected player, was originally introduced in Halo 3 and was retained in Halo 4. While it’s nothing new as it has been already implemented in 2007’s Halo 3 and also in Dirt 3, where a player’s car is infected, it’s always been fun and a great addition to the gameplay.
In a recent blogpost; the developer said:
The playlist team continues to work on future updates, and it’s quite likely that we’ll be talking more about things like Infection in the coming weeks.
343 industries is continuously adding new playlists and most of them have been on top for a few days. With 60 fps and the visual fidelity of 1080p it’s only going to be so much more fun. While the developers have only teased us, more news can soon be expected during the upcoming Gamescom which is being held in a couple of days time.
Halo The Master Chief collection includes Halo Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4 and a multiplayer beta of Halo 5: Guardians. Each title comes with a huge increase of visual fidelity from 720p to 1080p and an improved Fps rate of 60. While Halo 5 is going to be released at the end of this October, players are keeping themselves busy playing the constantly updated playlists of Halo.