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    Microsoft has outlined its plans to upgrade Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, bringing its now six-title-strong complication to the next generation of Xbox consoles. Its upgraded version launches as a free upgrade to existing Xbox One owners, including Xbox Game Pass subscribers, on November 17, one week following the console's worldwide debut.
    Halo: The Master Chief Collection's Xbox Series X and Series S upgrade brings support for up to 120 FPS, accompanied by "up to 4K" resolution, suggestive of a dynamic solution. The changes impact both campaign and multiplayer modes, with enhancements also planned for local split-screen multiplayer.
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    10-20-2020 08:42 AM

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