For those wondering, the following Halo 5: Guardians gameplay was captured on Xbox One X using the built-in Game DVR. The recordings were not altered in post.
For those interested. The built-in Game DVR on Xbox One X records 4K 60fps footage around 25Mbps. For reference, Elgato’s HD60 Pro internal capture card can record up to 1080p 60fps footage at 60Mbps. Elgato’s 4K60fps internal capture card is not available until Nov 21st so I don’t know it’s bitrate.
Also keep in mind YouTube has a not-so-good compression setting. However despite the lower bitrate recording and YouTube’s compression, the footage still looks really good but the games look even better when you’re playing them on a 4K display.
12 Sandbox items are being changed this fall for Halo 5: Guardians those include: AR, BR, DMR, SMG, Gunfighter Magnum, Carbine, Fuel Rod Cannon, Energy Sword, Grenade Launcher, Beam Rifle, Rail Gun, and Active Camo
Halo Wars 2 Operation SPEARBREAKER Campaign DLC Playthrough. 2 New Missions focused on a team of ODSTs as they attempt to thwart a Banished plan on the Ark.
In the missions of “Operation: Spearbreaker” you’ll discover a new Banished plot in Atriox’s ongoing war against Captain Cutter for control of the Ark and you’ll be called upon to overcome massive enemy odds in order to save every soul fighting aboard the UNSC Spirit of Fire.
After a notable absence from this year’s Xbox E3 press conference, many fans began speculating when they would get their first glimpse or tease for the next installment of the franchise. 343 Industries has responded to many questions and speculation posts, informing us that Halo 6 won’t be revealed soon, not at Gamescom, not at Pax, but when 343 Industries is ready. Let me explain why that is a good thing!
Halo 5 now has Platinum REQ Packs, let’s find out if they’re worth buy. Short answer: No.
You’re better off buying 2 Gold REQ packs for the REQ point price of 1 Platinum REQ pack. I feel that 343 Industries needs to re-work the Platinum packs to justify the price. Rewards need to be increased instead of offering fewer rewards with a better chance of higher rarity items.