Halo 4 Spartan Ops

Second episode of Halo 4’s Spartan Ops lands on Monday

If you’ve already grown tired of the first episode of Halo 4’s weekly Spartan Ops missions, then Microsoft probably didn’t hear your groans. Even so, Microsoft has announced that the second episode will be available next Monday, November 12th, at 3am Pacific for the low price of free.

According to Microsoft, it still plans on releasing the ten Spartan Ops episodes on a weekly basis, though exactly on what days has yet to be confirmed. You can check the trailer below, and below the trailer is the press release, if you’re into reading.

“Halo 4” Spartan Ops: Episode Two Trailer Debuts on Halo Waypoint

Spartans, gear up for battle! 343 Industries today debuted the “Halo 4” Spartan Ops: Episode Two trailer. Spartan Ops: Episode Two, including an all-new CG cinematic and five new gameplay missions, will be available for download on Xbox LIVE next Monday, Nov. 12 at 3 a.m. PT:

Synopsis: The mysterious artifact recovered from Requiem takes control of vital systems on board the UNSC Infinity, forcing the Spartans of Crimson and Majestic back down to the planet to look for a way to free the ship.

The trailer can be viewed now on Halo Waypoint’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TByBdJAUoD4

A first for the “Halo” franchise, Spartan Ops is a story-driven, episodic co-op adventure that blends immersive storytelling, high-quality cinematics and action-packed gameplay to deliver an unprecedented serialized experience.

Through a weekly series of cinematic episodes, Spartan Ops tells the continuing story of the UNSC Infinity, following the events of “Halo 4.” These episodes center on the UNSC Infinity leaders and crew as well as a new team of Spartans – Fireteam Majestic – as they explore the corners of Requiem in objective-based missions and help uncover the secrets of the mysterious Forerunner world. A massive adventure that builds off the “Halo 4” story, access to Spartan Ops is included with “Halo 4” at no additional charge – effectively delivering two campaign experiences in one game.


Source: Joystiq