Microsoft Flashes Its 'Halo 2' Remake And Atari Documentary At Comic-Con

Posted: Jul 27 2014, 2:18pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Microsoft flashes its 'Halo 2' remake and Atari documentary at Comic-Con
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In the San Diego Convention Center, Microsoft also has debuted the trailer for its doc chronicling the downfall of Atari, Game Over

We not relate Halo: The Master Chief Collection and the Atari landfill-dig with the Comic Con but Microsoft still made its appearance at the event. Even if these two things have nothing to do with comics that doesn’t mean that Microsoft shouldn’t be present there at San Diego. First let’s have a look at Master Chief. The games he starred in are coming out this November and Redmond has even dropped on us a trailer for the collection's gorgeously overhauled Halo 2 cinematics.

Certain Affinity, the developer behind the Master Chief Collection has announced that the map which introduced us all to Halo 2’s multiplayer, "Zanzibar”, is going to receive a remake along with "Lockout," "Ivory Tower," "Coagulation" and "Ascension." If anyone is interested in these remade maps then they will have to wait till next month when they will be displayed at Gamescom in Germany.

If you still want some more insight into this Halo business than luckily there is a video which was taken from the Halo: Nightfall panel that recently took place at the SDCC event. Moreover, the documentary chronicling the downfall of Atari, Game Over, already has a trailer which was debuted by Microsoft at the San Diego Convention Center.

source: xbox

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