What you need to know
- Halo Outpost Discovery gives Halo fans a chance to immerse themselves in Halo.
- The event debuts in Orlando from July 5 to July 7.
- The event includes themed attractions and playing Halo on a CLX gaming computer.
Fans of Halo will have a chance to immerse themselves in the franchise at Halo Outpost Discovery this week. The event debuts in Orlando from July 5 to July 7 and gives fans a chance to play Halo Reach on a gaming PC and go to a variety of themed attractions. CLX's Director of Marketing, Jorge Percival, said "Halo Outpost Discovery blurs the line between fantasy and reality, giving Halo fans a unique experience and taste of what being in their favorite game is like."
The event comes from a partnership between CLX and Microsoft. CLX is known for its gaming computers, and fans of the franchise will get to play Halo Reach for the first time on a CLX gaming computer at the event.
Halo Outpost Discovery is at Orange County Convention Center from July 5 to July 7. There will be additional events in Philadelphia from July 19 to July 21, Chicago from August 2 to August 4, Houston from August 16 to August 18, and Anaheim from August 30 to September 1.
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I'll be going to the one in Philly on the 19th. Can't wait!
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