The seemingly never ending battle between humanity and the Covenant has reached new heights as Halo: Spartan Assault hits Xbox 360 this coming January 31 – that is, tomorrow, for $14.99 a pop via digital download. There are more than 30 stimulating missions at your disposal, where you will be able to enjoy even more hours of gaming, letting you enjoy online cooperative mode and the Operation Hydra expansion which delivers more adrenaline rush in an action-packed addition to the single-player campaign. In fact, those who had picked up Halo: Spartan Assault for Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 before December 15 last year will be able to purchase the Xbox 360 version of the game at a discount, where you would shave off $10 from the total price.
Here is a little bit something to whet your appetite – some of the top features in Halo: Spartan Assault on the Xbox 360 will include an immersive all original storyline, with the timeline set between the events of “Halo 3” and “Halo 4”, letting you experience war with the Covenant first hand, including the first missions of the Spartan Ops program and the rise of Commander Sarah Palmer. Hate to fly solo? There is online cooperative multiplayer, where you can play longer than ever before thanks to an online cooperative multiplayer mode which brings you five action-packed missions, where all of them are played from a top-down camera view. [Press Release]
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