$10 Xbox credit for those that pre-order 'Halo: The Master Chief Collection'

At E3 2014, Microsoft had a plethora of title announcements during its Xbox press event. While there were many notable titles, nothing quite matched the excitement of two titles in particular, ‘Halo 5’ and ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ for the Xbox One. Luckily, if you have yet to pre-order ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’, Microsoft will be running a special promotion that will include a bonus $10 Xbox gift card digital code while supplies last.

‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ will be a compilation of previously released Halo titles that span over a decade. The compilation will include ‘Halo: Combat Evolved’, ‘Halo 2’, ‘Halo 3’, and ‘Halo 4’. The collection will also feature over 100 multiplayer maps, and early access to ‘Halo 5: Guardians’ multiplayer beta. Naturally, the titles will all be presented in high definition and each title will run at 60 frames per second.

‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ will be available exclusively for the Xbox One and retail for $59.99 USD. Although we will have to wait until 2015 for ‘Halo 5’, ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ will be available in November 2014. The promotion for the $10 USD Xbox gift card digital code will be while supplies last and valid only in the United States.

Link to: Microsoft Store 

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Why does a DIGITAL code HAVE to be U.S only? I'm getting a little tired of this U.S only crap where digital stuff is concerned!

I wish MS would allow you to preorder online as a digital download or from the Xbox One. This where the PS4 is killing MS and that's bad since MS is a software company.

That is a pretty lazy giveaway. I think some kind of cool collectors feature would be better. Nothing special about $10.

You expected Halo's 3 and 4 to be available on PC all of a sudden? I think the failing there is with your expectations.

All of a sudden ? Halo 3 is 7 years old. Halo 4 is 2 years old. This is not what i would call all of a sudden.

LaP said,
All of a sudden ? Halo 3 is 7 years old. Halo 4 is 2 years old. This is not what i would call all of a sudden.

I was referring to your apparent expectation of Microsoft go to from "no plans to release Halo 3 and 4 on PC" to "PC will get them in November" without any word and complete secrecy. I was not commenting on the length of time since those games were released.

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