Halo Spartan Assault

Last night at 7PM ET, the world finally got their hands on the highly anticipated first ever mobile Halo game, Halo: Spartan Assault. At least, that was the plan.

We already knew that here in the US, Verizon would have an exclusive for 30 days before those on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint could grab it, but as it turns out, a lot of others in the rest of the world also had difficulty getting the game.

This led some to believe that the game was also exclusive to the US and not their country, or within their country, certain carriers had an exclusive to it. As it turns out, neither is the case, though there is an issue at hand with the distribution of the popular game.

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Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore took to Twitter today to address the complaints, noting:

“Any folks having trouble installing #SpartanAssualt outside the US- we're working on it, thx for info. May take a day or so to clear up.”

So there you go, you’ll just have to have some patience as Microsoft retools their servers to push out the update to all regions and countries.

For those of you who do have it, how are you liking it?

Source: Twitter; Thanks Ewert H. and Nathan H., for the tips!