Halo Wars 2 to be playable during E3 2016
Halo Wars 2 is a real-time strategy game that’s scheduled to be released this fall, developed by Creative Assembly and 343 Industries and published by Microsoft Game Studios. For some reason, Microsoft has “quietly” confirmed that the upcoming Halo Wars 2 will be released for Windows 10 OS and Xbox On, announcing last year will be available in playable form at the E3 2016 event that will take place this month.
Microsoft announced Halo Wars 2’s appearance at E3 2016 during its weekly Halo blog post, where it hinted that something else will be revealed during the trade show in Los Angeles as well. So, aside from a playable Halo Wars 2 demo, Microsoft will have even more goodies for the fans.
Watch the trailer that Microsoft premiered last year at Gamescon last year between August 5 and August 9:
There are rumors which say that a closed beta will soon start for Halo Wars 2. Shortly after the closed beta, we think its developers will release an open beta session in order to stress the servers to see how they handle a large amount of players at the same time.
Unfortunately, a beta version of Halo Wars 2 has yet to be confirmed by developers yet, but maybe this is what they will announce during the E3 2016 event. This event will be held between June 14 and June 16, 2016 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. On the other hand, Halo 5: Guardians – Hog Wild DLC was released.
Do you think that Microsoft will confirm a beta testing phase for the Halo Wars 2 during the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 event?
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