Microsoft will give fans of its Halo franchise even more to ingest when the company launches the Halo Channel, an interactive multi-media app for both the Xbox One and Windows 8.1 devices on November 11, with a launch for Windows Phone 8.1 coming sometime after that date.
Microsoft has a quick look at the Halo Channel's features:
- Live and Timely Content – Along with a library of original programming and entertainment, access timely Halo news and live events including eSports broadcasts via the Halo Channel. Through robust Twitch integration viewers can watch Halo broadcasts, follow their favorite players and launch into the game with the press of a button. In addition, the Halo Channel can display stats and data during matches, allowing you to monitor players in real-time.
- Interactive and Sharable – Interact with Halo content with a personalized viewing experience, social sharing, Halo Encyclopedia integration and a best-in-class video platform. Instantly connect with the Halo community and your friends through social media, sharing your favorite Halo moments and content. Pull up the Halo Encyclopedia and learn more about the scene you're watching, including characters, weapons, vehicles, locations and more.
- Rewarding – Unlock a variety of exclusive in-game content for upcoming Halo titles – including Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Halo 5: Guardians – by watching original Halo programming and entertainment, participating in some of the interactive community polls or trying your hand at trivia that will test your knowledge of the Halo universe.
- Multiplatform Access - Sync your Windows 8.1 device to your Xbox One, and use it as a controller or a second screen where you can access the Halo Channel. At any time, you can begin your viewing experience on one screen and seamlessly continue it on another.
What do you think of this new app for Halo fans that will be coming to all of Microsoft's current platforms?
Source: Xbox Wire
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