“I want to transform how people experience ‘Halo’ in their living rooms and on their PCs,” says Halo's executive producer
343 Industries' Kiki Wolfkill, the larger-than-life executive producer on the Halo franchise has been talking about the direction that they want to take for the franchise.
In a new profile interview on Microsoft's own website Wolfkill speaks about expanding the Halo universe and changing the way in which the fans experience it both in the games and outside of them.
She explained, “Our next step is to try and make the connections between the game and its linear entertainment aspects even more experiential. I want to transform how people experience ‘Halo’ in their living rooms and on their PCs.”
“We will never do anything that doesn't move the universe forward,” she added. “We won't do something for the sake of being in a certain medium.”
Halo: The Master Chief Collection will bring Halos one thru four to the Xbox One in fully remastered 1080p/60fps glory on November the 11th and will include the Halo: Nightfall, Halo 5 prologue TV series in the bundle as well. Halo 5: Guardians is due out on Xbox One towards the end of 2015.
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