Halo: Combat Evolved remaster reportedly in the works, being considered for PlayStation release

Microsoft is reportedly working on a remaster of Bungie’s classic first-person shooter Halo: Combat Evolved and is eyeing up an PlayStation release for the title – alongside games including the next Doom – marking a landmark moment for one of Xbox’s most recognisable exclusives.

That’s according to The Verge’s Tom Warren, who (in the site’s paywalled Notepad newsletter) says a new Halo: Combat Evolved remaster is currently in the early stages of development. It’s one of several new games being considered for Project Latitude – Microsoft’s internal name for its new multi-console release strategy – following multi-console launches for the Sea of Thieves, Grounded, Pentiment, and Hi-Fi Rush earlier this year.

Other Xbox games currently being considered for a multi-console release are said to include Doom: The Dark Ages (seeingly set for a reveal during this weekend’s Xbox Games Showcase), Hellblade 2, Starfield, Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition, and Age of Mythology.

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