By B is for Bravo:
There have been several times during the development of Halo: The Master Chief Collection where it “hit me.” I’ve seen forum threads and posts across the internet about this phenomenon, where the excitement for The Master Chief Collection meets a tangible reality, and then I get even more excited. For some, this was seeing the map list for the Team Slayer playlist for the first time at the RTX panel. For others, it may have been seeing Halo 2: Anniversary and classic gameplay running on Xbox One for the first time, or seeing Halo 1-4 displayed within the brand-new UI. Over the past few months, I’ve had the great privilege of seeing the game come together in a variety of ways, and it often results in goosebumps and “it just hit me” moments.