Update log on Halo: Spartan Assault
Emphasis here will be on touchscreens. It's difficult for one to strafe and aim without analogs, while throwing grenades and shooting at stuff. Not everyone owns a controller for their portable device, yet accessibility to swipe, pinch and touch is what we all get with our screens. 343 Industries strive for the corresponding experience on the corresponding device.
Upon paying $6.99 for the game you are instantly subscribing for future updates and add-ons. The main campaign will be consisting of 5 operations, composed of 5 levels each, or a total of 25 missions. The approximate gameplay duration will be 2.5 hours, or 6 minutes per level on average. The reason for that, according to 343, is the mobile gamer usually plays on the go, while waiting in a queue at the bank, or simply has a few minutes to kill. Accent here will be on the main campaign with further missions to be delivered, while multiplayer is still a mystery.
What we also learned is that within a month of the release date, the game's developers intend to release an update, which will add support for the Xbox 360 gamepad. For now 343 wants to focus on touch for mobile devices and keyboard for the Surface RT. Speaking of the latter, it's going to run the game at 30 frames-per-second, while it's big brother, the Pro version, will double that digit to 60 frames-per-second. As far as Windows Phone devices are concerned, they will be getting around 30 frames-per-second gameplay. Oh, did we also mention the over 60 minutes of original audio that we are hyped about?
Be sure to be checking PhoneArena on a regular basis for our future review of the game!
source: Windows Phone Central
1. papss (unregistered)
Looks great and have wondered why they didn't do this earlier in the WP cycle. I'm going to surely pick this up.. Consider it a hot seller
2. gust3r3u (Posts: 84; Member since: 11 Apr 2013)
"it's just like angry birds but with guns" lmao , still i watn this game on android NOW :)
5. frydaexiii (Posts: 1420; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
Haha, good luck, when it comes to apps and exclusives, Microsoft is about at selfish as Apple, or they'll make you pay a small fortune for it (like Microsoft Office). If this game makes it to Android, I figure it'll cost $20 or so.