'Halo Master Chief Collection': Microsoft Game Revealed At E3 2014 To Be Bringing Remastered Versions Of Halo 1-4 [VIDEO]

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Jun 09, 2014 01:58 PM EDT

The rumored Halo: The Master Chief Collection has been officially announced by Microsoft at its E3 press conference, bringing remastered versions of Halo 1 through 4 on one disc for Xbox One.

The Master Chief Collection Was Recently Rumored To Be In Development

The titles will all run in 1080p 60fps on dedicated severs, and will include 100 maps--all of those ever released for the Halo games. Halo 2 is getting an entire anniversary edition, with full multiplayer and a remade graphics engine, with the option to switch back to the original graphics at any time. Th

The Master Chief Collection will release on November 11, and also grants you access to the Halo 5 beta, which will kick off December 5.

Halo 2 Anniversary has been rumored for a while, and will be part of this release rather than its own title. The package is incredible news for Halo fans, especially those in the competitive scene, who have seen the franchise dwindle in relevance over recent years. Halo 2 multiplayer made the series what it is competitively, and a revival will be exactly what it needs. You can watch the remastered footage of Halo 2 map ascension below.

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