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Thursday, 27 September 2012 07:02

Halo 4 goes gold

Written by David Stellmack

Microsoft Studios

343 says the game headed for release

343 Industries and Microsoft have confirmed that Halo 4 has gone gold and is headed for release.

Halo 4, as you know by now, is the first non-Bungie developed Halo title. It is the first that is being developed by 343 Industries, which is part of the Microsoft Studio family.

Halo 4, which is headed for release on November 6th in North America and November 9th in Europe, claims to be the biggest and best Halo release in the franchise. While claims are nice, many are interested to see where 343 will go with this new story that sees Master Chief come back as a cornerstone part of the new story line.

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