A retail re-release of Halo Wars 2 is on its way with Halo Wars 2: Complete Edition, slated to include all the title’s post-launch content. Halo Wars 2 was released by Microsoft earlier this year and the RTS game was the second in the blockbuster series.
You’ll have to pay extra if you bought the Ultimate Edition at launch
The game shifted to a top-down view of combat and encompasses the full scale of conflict across the Halo universe. 343 Industries, the game’s developer, had previously received criticism over the exclusion of Awakening the Nightmare from the season pass offerings. The content was sold separately for $19.99. So, gamers who got the Ultimate Edition at launch will need to pay for the latest expansion of the game.
Check out the new edition of Halo Wars 2
New listings for Halo Wars 2: Complete Edition have already surfaced on Amazon, GameStop, and World of Games despite Microsoft still not officially announcing the release.
Pricing and availability
Halo Wars 2: Complete Edition will cost $59.99 and will be bundled together with the base game, the season pass and the future Awakening the Nightmare expansion. The Store displays a September 26 release date, the same day the new release will hit the digital stores.
Make sure to pick up your copy of Halo Wars 2: Complete Edition when it’s released later this month!
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