Five years since Halo 3, we return to the main storyline and Master Chief. It was clear from the outset that both 343 and Microsoft understood that this was going to be a major task and a major development. After all, they announced a brand new trilogy. So with the first of three games out of the way, does 343 Industries deliver? You bet they do.
Halo 4 picks up just under five years after the end of Halo 3. Master Chief is in Cryostasis when events conspire to require him to be unfrozen. The earth is under threat yet again with a new force, the previously revealed promethean force the main protagonist. There are two distinct sections to the campaign split by a major event that we won't spoil, but makes you want to push on to the end of the game. The campaign is incredibly well paced and interesting to play. It's also longer than most first person shooter games with our play through clocking in at about the eight hour mark.
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