With the recent announcement of Halo Wars 2, fans are excited to finally see a sequel to the original 2009's Halo Wars, which was was built from the ground up for the Xbox 360. The first ever Halo real-time strategy game was praised for its attention to detail and excellent use of the console's controller-something that was inevitably the pitfall of previous attempts to bring the RTS genre to home consoles.
Halo Wars has sold more than one million copies worldwide, making it the best-selling real-time strategy game on a console to date. However, while many Halo fans touted it for bringing the RTS genre to the Halo universe, the game wasn't without its problems.
(Didn't play the original? Here's the Zero Punctuation review from back in 2009.)
Halo Wars 2 is set to land Autumn 2016. Here are 5 ways the sequel needs to improve over the original.