Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2014 confirmed previous leaks: all of the Halo games featuring Master Chief as the protagonist will be released as a single collection for the Xbox One on November 11, 2014.
This week’s Halo Bulletin contains many details about upcoming updates to matchmaking, some of which may be of interest to those looking to unlock DLC achievements, complete commendations in Dominion and King of the Hill, or those who are avid Flood Exterminators. In addition, Halo: Escalation #4 is now available, and a you can preview the first six pages of the issue before purchasing it.
Bravo is in with this week’s Halo Bulletin, but it’s pretty safe to say he didn’t write most of it. He did include a few details about what to expect in matchmaking, like mentioning that the Proving Ground and Extraction playlists are now available. Proving Ground replaces Team Throwdown, and Extraction is a temporary playlist running until March 31, when Squad DLC will take its spot in the playlist rotation.
Big Team Battle will also be receiving an update on the 31st to add a new gametype to the mix. The community will be able to choose one of the following popular gametypes to be implemented: Neutral Flag, Legendary Slayer BRs, or Team Snipers. To have your say, be sure to vote in this poll on the Waypoint forums.
Most of the Bulletin written by bs angel, who is moving on from her role as Community Manager to Studio Operations PM at 343. Reflecting on her experiences over the past three years, she recaps many of her highlights as Community Manager in the Bulletin, including fulfilling the wish of a 16-year-old boy battling cancer to live forever in Halo. Be sure to read this and all of her stories in this week’s Bulletin.
In this week’s Halo Bulletin, Bravo discusses what you can expect to see in Monday’s matchmaking update, interviews a Senior Environment Artist at 343, and leaves some screenshots of the skyline from Skyline, one of the maps in the Majestic Map Pack.
Taking shelter from the “cold” weather in Seattle is giving Bravo lots of time to put together this week’s Halo Bulletin. Included is a description of the newest gametype to be added to Halo 4 matchmaking, Medal Madness, a re-branding of the Team Throwdown playlist, and screenshots featuring the FOTUS helmet.
Bravo delivered this week’s Halo Bulletin last night, which includes details about Medal Madness, an all-new gametype coming to Halo 4 War Games, a preview of Halo: Escalation #3, the ending of support for the Halo Waypoint mobile app, and screenshots featuring the colour purple.
Still blushing after receiving a personalized Valentine, Bravo is in with this week’s Halo Bulletin, which may be winning over more hearts than usual. Included are details about the next Community Playdate, a Community Choice Poll for the Rumble Pit playlist, patch notes for Halo: Spartan Assault on the Xbox One, and screenshots featuring the trusty Magnum.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and if you’ve forgotten to pick up a card for your significant other, this week’s Halo Bulletin by Bravo includes a few from which you can choose. Also included is a preview of the Big Rumble playlist scheduled to go live on Monday, a few community-created eValentines, an interview with the winning team of last weekend’s Gamers for Giving tournament in Halo 4, and love-themed screenshots.
After a massive celebration of the Seahawks’ victory over the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, Bravo and the rest of 343 are back to work. In this week’s Halo Bulletin, Bravo recaps Halo Spartan Bowl MMXIV, discusses this week’s and the next matchmaking update, puts out an all-call for Halo-themed eValentines, and interviews one of the organizers of Gamers for Giving, a charity gaming tournament being held this weekend on February 8 and 9.