Halo 2: Anniversary Edition Might Not Run at 1080p on Xbox One

By   /   Jun 25, 2014

Almost every Xbox One owner is eager to get his/her hands on the Halo: Master Chief Collection this November.

All the games in collection were promised to be running in 1080p, 60 frames per second, however, 343 Industries’ franchise director Frank O’Connor says that this might not be the case while playing Halo 2: Anniversary Edition’s single player campaign.

There’s a chance that [Halo 2] Anniversary campaign could run at a different resolution to accommodate the second frame buffer. But the intent is to overcome that hurdle.

However, all the multiplayer modes including the maps will run in 1080p, 60 Frames Per Second without any problem.

O’Connor continued to talk about Halo 2: Anniversary Edition, as he mentioned that images and videos that we have shown so far only reveals the work in progress, and final product will be completely enhanced.

He added that any changes that will be made to the game will be continually shown to the public so that people will stay aware of what exactly is going on in the development process.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is one the biggest releases this fall, not only because of the included titles but also because it gives players the key, to access Halo 5: Guardians beta at the end of this year.

Moreover, people who will pre-order the collection, will receive a skull bandana as a bonus, which will give them unlimited ammo and grenades to be used in all four campaigns.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is scheduled to release for Xbox One on 11th of November.

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