Halo 2, player searches for an old mate and makes a sad discovery

Halo 2, player searches for an old mate and makes a sad discovery

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A new feature was recently added to Xbox Live, which allows players to search the names of Gamertag owners, giving many users the chance to meet old friends again. Twitch streamer Lee Fabela decided to take advantage of this new feature to track down a playmate with whom he was spending time on Halo 2 on the very first Xbox.

Fabela explained in a Facebook post that “I was have been looking for years, Xbox finally decided to add a search bar that gives you gamertag suggestions. I found him and texted him, thinking he would reply and maybe play Halo with me like in the old days. " However, for months he received no response, until the user's grandson wrote to him from the same account, revealing a sad news.

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Account owner Shaun sadly died of leukemia about a year ago, and donated his Xbox to play with his grandson on weekends. In the same post on Facebook, Lee Fabela defines the user as "the best person ever", recalling how he defended him when they played Halo 2 and other people targeted him because he was the youngest. Fabela then added that “when we played together, we never lost a game. I regard this man as the best online friend I've ever had, a true Halo 2 legend. "

This is very sad news, but it helps to understand in how many ways it is possible to have unique experiences in the world of video games. Moreover, this year the Halo series turns 20 together with the very first Xbox, and the release of the highly anticipated Halo Infinite, which will arrive on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC on December 8, 2021, is imminent. , there is already talk of the hypothetical next chapter in the series. On our pages you will also find the tried-and-tested campaign, whose intro may have already leaked online.

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Halo Infinite Looks Like It's Bringing Back Elimination Mode With A Twist

It appears Halo Infinite will bring back the Elimination mode first seen in the original Halo: Combat Evolved and then brought back for Halo 2. One of Halo Infinite's achievements is called 'MEDIC!,' and it's rewarded to those who successfully revive three allies in a matchmade Elimination game.

This is no surprise, though, as Monday's Halo Infinite Season 1 trailer showed a Spartan soldier reviving a downed ally. The voiceover then says, 'On your feet, Spartan.' You can see this at about 50 seconds into the Season 1 trailer. The big change from Elimination mode in Halo and Halo 2 is that Halo Infinite will let players revive allies, as the Achievement text states and the video shows (via GamesRadar).

Being a live-service game, Halo Infinite will receive ongoing updates over time that add new content, and this includes modes. Community director Brian Jarrard said on Twitter recently that, 'More modes are definitely coming.' The first of this will come during Halo Infinite's Fracture: Tenrai event, which begins next week. The name of the mode, however, has not been announced.

It's been a big week for Xbox, as November 15 was the 20th anniversary of Xbox and Halo. Microsoft celebrated with a special video broadcast that included 70+ more games for backwards compatibility, a new Halo TV show trailer, and the surprise-launch of Halo Infinite's multiplayer beta. Days later, Microsoft expanded cloud streaming to consoles for more users.

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