Thanks to Halo: The Master Chief Collection, the Xbox shooter continues to talk about after 20 years.
We are entering the weekend, and while you think about what series to watch or what half-game you want to complete, somewhere in the world there is someone carefully measuring a level of a game from 20 years ago to record some amazing play. And if not, let them tell Mint Blitz: a recognized player in the Halo community who has shared on their social networks an awesome clip where he dispatches an entire Covenant fortress using a method, shall we say, unconventional.
Frankly, the iconic Xbox shooter has always had a sandbox —It is understood not by open world, but by the original meaning of the term, physics and interactions of the player with the environment — of the most exploitable, and anyone who has played enough hours in multiplayer modes will know how to jump on the explosions of their own grenades, among other features of the “blam! Engine”. But that in no way detracts from this long jump specifically planned to achieve the time and positioning needed to shoot enemy elites in perfect order.
He is the same player who originated one of the viral plays of 2020 And in case you were wondering, our appreciation for Mint Blitz goes beyond this video: he is quite an evil genius (in the best of ways) when it comes to AI and physics manipulation Halo is concerned, as you can see in a quick visit of its channel. In fact, it is the same player who recorded that viral clip from last year, which in turn gave rise to many other very popular memes.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is still very much alive thanks to the strength of the IP, the ease with which fans can access its content and the affection that 343 Industries It has been proven by the game by adding features and content on a regular basis. This year, however, fans have a must-see with Halo Infinite, which will arrive at some unspecified point in the fall. This week, we learned that you will be able to drop items outside of the Zeta ring, among other things.
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