Microsoft Studios and 343 Industries, in collaboration with Vanguard Games, have launched Halo: Spartan Strike – with improved controls and updated graphics – for Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, iPhone, iPad and Steam, through digital download for 5.99 euros.
The information has been provided by sources from the native leader of Albuquerque, who have also noted that Halo: Spartan Strike tells an amazing new story developed during the shocking events of Halo 2 in Nueva Mombasa, in the year 2,552.
As a Spartan soldier in a classified ONI drill, immerse yourself in 30 different missions while leading UNSC troops through cities and jungles with a new arsenal of weapons, skills and vehicles, the spokesmen polished, highlighting in turn that added to the campaign mode, players with Windows 8 devices can compare their results with those of their friends through weekly challenges with the aim of being at the top of the ranking.
In that sense, the informants specified that the user can obtain achievements to unlock emblems, plaques and avatars for Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Xbox One.
With respect to other pluses of this installment, it has been known that gamers will enjoy the new music of award-winning composer Tom Salta, who previously worked on titles such as Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo: Spartan Assault, and Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary.
Before finalizing, it is worth mentioning that in addition to this new title of the saga, it is also available on Steam -for 9.99 euros- Halo: Spartan Bundle, lot of games that includes Halo: Halo's original Spartan Assault shooter set in the historic first Spartan Ops program mission with Commander Palmer and Halo: Spartan Strike.
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