Fan-Made Halo Gets Its First Cinematic Trailer and It's Gorgeous

Fan-Made Halo Gets Its First Cinematic Trailer and It's Gorgeous

There may be hope yet.

JesseCecchetto by JesseCecchetto on May 26, 2017 @ 05:58 PM (Staff Bios)
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Halo fans have been waiting for a Halo game to finally make an appearance on PC since Halo 2, and although we won't be seeing anything coming from 343 Industries in the foreseeable future, there might be hope just yet. Installation 01 is a fan-made Halo tribute game, and it's expected to launch on PC, Mac, and Linux. It may not be the PC Halo game that we've been asking for, but Installation 01 may be the PC Halo game that we deserve.

Surprisingly enough, Installation 01 is completely legal, and the developers have assured the community that they are staying within Microsoft's content usage rules, being very careful not to cross and lines. Although no release date has been announced, the future of Installation 01 looks very promising. Check out the website for more information.

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