Halo 5 - Guardians

Halo 5 – Guardians to Release this Holiday Season

Halo is one franchise that makes Microsoft feel proud of its gaming venture. For Halo fans, there is good news from the Xbox stables.

The next edition in the franchise has been unveiled by the tech giant. It is titled Halo 5: Guardians, and was unveiled in a stunning TVC in the middle of Walking Dead.

Microsoft also unveiled the launch date for the new installment in the Halo franchise. It will be released across the globe on October 27. But only Xbox One users will be able to play it.

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Halo 5 - Guardians

So this holiday season, the new Halo 5: Guardians will be the big thing for gamers. It will be the Master Chief taking on Spartan Locke.

With the Halo 5, Microsoft intends to offer the best of the Halo Universe in terms of everything – drama, scale and possibilities.

As per reports, the world of battles is going to expand like never seen before in the series.

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The game may be debuted worldwide at the E3 this summer, but will be available exclusively to Xbox players only.

This can also be seen as a strategy by Microsoft to give a boost to the sales of its Xbox One.

The Holiday Season is naturally the best time of the year for gamers, and they are in anticipation of the biggest releases of the year.

Microsoft also has something else for its gaming fans. New gamers or those looking to switch to the Xbox One can get the special edition, “Xbox One: The Master Chief Collection Bundle” for the entire series before getting their hands on the new installment in the franchise this Christmas shopping season.

Sony will be closely eyeing all the events as Microsoft unfolds its Halo and Xbox One strategy.

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The Xbox One gave the PS4 a tougher fight than ever during the previous holiday season, especially riding on a wave of striking bundles from Microsoft. It will be worth watching how the competition opens out this year.