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The CGI trailer gave us a great look at Master Chief and filled him in quickly on the events he's missed since Halo 5 ended. However, on the verge of submission, Master Chief is once again brought in to serve as the sole beacon of hope.
Infinite serves as a soft reboot of the franchise, making it a ideal jumping on point for those who have missed out on Chief's more recent adventures. Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be included with that service, giving you access to just about every Halo game ever made at no additional cost. With all six games, that will run you $55. During the show, and after the announcement of next year's hardware, this trailer was shown.More news: Eden Hazard Kisses Real Madrid Badge During Official Unveiling at the Bernabeu
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The various chapters of the PC version of Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be sold for $ 9.99 for each one, except Halo 3: ODST for $ 4.99.
That's about all the detail that developer 343 Industries is willing to share for the moment on this Xbox and Windows 10 exclusive title, with the release date set for the 2020 festive season, which coincides with Microsoft's Project Scarlett console launch.
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