A new Halo game has been announced for the Xbox One at E3 2013.
Unfortunately, that’s about all of the news you’re going to get about the title at the moment. Although the new installment of Microsoft’s best-selling series will be headed to the next generation console, details about the project are currently few and far between.
According to the folks at Kotaku, one of the few things known about Halo for the Xbox One is its framerate. The website states that the next installment will run at a very smooth 60 fps.
If all goes according to Microsoft’s master plan, Halo should arrive for the console at some point during 2014. However, a definitive release date has yet to be hammered out.
The upcoming sequel is one of a handful of exclusive titles that are headed to the Xbox One. In addition to Halo, those who invest in the console will be able to enjoy Titan Fall, D4, and Quantic Break.
While you’re waiting for more information about the game to rise to the surface, check out a handful of images snapped from the reveal at E3 2013 below. The pictures definitely show something a little different than what some fans had expected from the next installment.
Halo is just one of the many titles have been revealed during this year’s E3. Gamers will also be able to sink their teeth into a new Dead Rising game and an Xbox One version of the open world sandbox title Minecraft.
Curious to see what others think about the Halo reveal? Take a peek at some of the Twitter reactions embedded below.
When I get the Xbox One. My girls not gonna hear from me for weeks. And When Halo 5 comes out she’s not gonna hear from me for a year lol
— ✌Jose✌ (@FvckJose) June 10, 2013
That Xbox one conference was great. Wasn’t good at first, but that changed overtime!Battlefield, Halo, Titanfall!Oh my.
— Taha Ahmed (@taahahmed) June 10, 2013
XboxOne recap. Nov. $499. Halo looks good. 1st DLC Battlefield 4. 5 AAA studios new games. SmartGlass, Cloud, and sharing of Live Gold.
— Jackson Ortiz (@Jackson_Forte) June 10, 2013
Wasn’t planning on buying Xbox One, but nobody told me about halo!
— Mason (@MasonMallett) June 10, 2013
Here’s a few screenshots from the Halo reveal, courtesy of Kotaku.
Are you excited that Halo has been announced for the Xbox One?