Halo 4 will come with a two week Gold Xbox Live subscription

It looks like reviews of Halo 4 have begun making its way onto various gaming websites, and if after reading them and you’re still not sure if you should get the game, perhaps this might be able to convince you. It seems that if you were to get your hands on Halo 4, you will be given a two weeks free subscription to the Gold membership to Xbox Live. This was confirmed by Spartan Ops designer David Ellis via his Twitter account, in which he wrote, “Sure does. In fact it comes with two weeks of Live. Which I believe is a first,” which was in response to a question about whether Halo 4 would contain any free codes for Xbox Live. Scheduled for a release on the 6th of November for the Xbox 360, so far reviews of the game have been generally positive which is a pretty good start, considering that Halo 4 is the first game in the Halo franchise not developed by Bungie, but by 343 Industries.

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