Halo 3: ODST and Destiny 2 join the party
Two of Bungie’s most popular games join the Xbox Game Pass today despite being launched ten years apart. It is a union of new and old, with the review that they are both loved.
Let’s deal with this chronologically. Halo 3: ODST is available (get ready for the prepositional phrases!) on Xbox Game Pass as part of Master Chief Collection in connection with the launch on PC. This add-on is just a new development for PC. ODST was already on Game Pass on consoles.
What is new, however, is the introduction of Firefight. This collaborative project was one of the first to help popularize horde modes in the Xbox 360 era. New Halo vanguard 343 Industries took back Firefight for the PC port, and it will be included as a free update for the console version as well.
You should play ODST. This spinoff started as a small project that snowballed into one of the better ones Halo games despite the fact that Master Chief did not play the lead role. There is still a lot of love, which is why people have watched just this Master Chief Collection PC entry for a while now. If Xbox Game Pass is not your thing, ODST is a standalone purchase of $ 5 on Steam or part of $ 40 Master Chief Collection. Both are pretty good deals.
The second game is much more relevant and much hotter and will be downloaded many times. Destiny 2 and its extensions (including Abandoned and Shadowkeep) hit Xbox Game Pass today on Xbox One. When In addition to the light expansion will be launched in November, it will also be a day an addition to the Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft is really doing its damn thing to break the title away from PlayStation as the place to go to play Fate on consoles.