Microsoft touched the pinnacle of success with their Xbox 360 console and it was made possible by an exclusive, the Halo series.
While there are so many other exclusives like Gears of War, Forza and others, Halo is the chief of them all. Ironically, the lead protagonist in the series is named Master Chief and his adventures continue with the Halo 5 Guardians. The game opened to mixed reviews but most do agree that it is one of the good titles in the series, if not the best. After making so many Halo games, 343 industries continue to deliver the best and they do so without fail every time.
It is an important reason that stopped Microsoft from announcing Halo 5 Guardians for PCs. While titles like Gears of War 4 and the new Forza from Xbox One is coming to PCs getting rid fo their exclusivity for the first time, Halo is not going to be out. At least not for now because it is essential for the console’s success. There are many players who never had the chance to play the game because they never purchased it due to mixed reviews.
This could be the big opportunity to finally try Halo 5 Guardians and its exciting multiplayer modes. It is official that the game is going to be free to download and play for a limited period till July 5. The deal comes right in time to promote the Warzone Firefight DLC, the biggest expansion every to be released in the series.
Being the holiday weekend, there is no need to think further. If you have enough bandwidth and some internet speed, grab Halo 5 Guardians and experience it firsthand. The only catch is that it is available only for Xbox Live Gold members. Most Xbox owners do have one and it shouldn’t be much of a problem. If you like the title, you are free to purchase Halo 5 Guardians with an amazing discount of 50%.
Players who already own the title have another reason to hop in and enjoy the game because it is going to be filled with thousands of new players. With so much crowd, you will easily find players to enjoy competitive matches in almost every mode. The Warzone Firefight is definitely worth the visit, and it might just convince you to buy the game. If you own an Xbox, we opine that Halo is an important addition to the list.