Sadly I would imagine 360 larger install base but they could always do cross platform. Going on a limb here but what if halo 2 was the first game to do cross platform multi(mind blown). Lol. But yea deff some good memories of halo 2. First halo party on release day the scrub at halo beasted everyone in halo 2 for the first few rounds haha. We all got some good laughs outta that
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While 343 industries has said that they will consider it but Halo 2 was the first Halo game to jump the Xbox online in the first place and let's not forget, MS knows it would sell well so there is no way they can miss this. TC the only thing we can do is wait for E3 2014 and if MS is not going to show any trailers Halo 2 HD, then that tells us they have no plans to do it but if they did, it would be best to have both 360 and One and there's no telling when MS will shut down Xbox 360 online so MS needs to understand that they need to have both version up by November 6.
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Halo 2 Anniversary as a standalone, downloadable title for $30 on both 360 and XBOne.
Halo Master Chief Saga with Halo Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4 on XBOne for $60.
There is also the possibility of putting the other games out as well in a rerelease situation, but seems less likely.
Halo Universe Collection with ODST, Reach, Halo Wars, and Halo: Online on XBOne for $60.
Halo: Online would be a dedicated MP suite. Basically, you'd be able to play any map from the existing HD versions using any game's unique hooks, as well as mix and match, through pre-game customization.
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