Halo 4 Spartan Ops: Season One content rollout detailed

Halo 4 Spartan Ops: Season One is back in action

January 21, 2013
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“Halo 4” Spartan Ops: Season One Returns with All New Episodes

One of the most awarded titles of 2012 kicks off the New Year with five weeks of brand-new Spartan Ops episodes, starting 21st January

Microsoft and 343 Industries have announced the return of Spartan Ops: Season One, which includes five weeks of new content, from 21 January through to 24 February. Spartan Ops: Season One returns players to the episodic adventure that tells the continuing story of the UNSC Infinity.

Reenlist with Fireteam Crimson as they search for Spartan Thorne on planet Requiem and come face-to-face with the threat of Jul ‘Mdama and his cult of Covenant separatists. The intensity of Season One builds to its thrilling conclusion in Episodes 6-10 as the battle moves beyond Requiem to a wide variety of locations featuring epic vehicular combat and on-foot encounters with Prometheans and Covenant forces.

The first half of Spartan Ops: Season One (Episodes 1-5) is available to play at any time in “Halo 4” for those beginning their Spartan careers.

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