I’m sure most Xbox One fans were super-excited to hear about the announcement of the Master Chief Collection for the Xbox One, which will include improved versions of all the previous Halo games (yet leaving the classic multi-player untouched). Halo 2 specifically will feature 2-player online co-op for the first time. That’s a pretty cool added feature.
343 also confirmed that split-screen will be supported, they weren’t confirming system link play, but said their plans were to have everything work like it did, so system link play is at least planned. They clarified that while The Master Chief Collection will have all Halo maps released on console, it will not have some maps that were exclusive to PC.
No video of this is available as of yet, so if you weren’t watching IGN live you may have missed it, but rest assured we will update with a video if and when it becomes available.
Update: And here is that video:
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