Halo 4 screenshot
Halo 4 screenshot

Halo 4 requires a minimum of an 8GB USB drive or an Xbox 360 hard drive in order to play multiplayer, the Xbox.com Halo 4 product page has revealed.

This means that anyone with a 4GB Xbox 360 will need to pick up a memory stick or hard drive in order to play.

The product listing adds: "For an optimal experience playing with an Xbox 360 Hard Drive is highly recommended."

Halo 4 will be released November 6.

VideoGamer.com Analysis

With 16GB USB sticks readily available for well under £10 this isn't really that big a deal.

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Endless@ Woffls

Last I checked you can format any usb stick to function exactly the same as the hard drive. but obviously at a slower speed.
Posted 22:36 on 03 July 2012
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Batmamerc

That must mean a mandatory hour long map pack install or could be for the spartan ops, expect to see halo 4 liveried USB sticks with the special editions
Posted 18:49 on 03 July 2012
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Woffls

Buh, Microsoft letting people use non-proprietary storage formats with a first party title? What's going on here?

What exactly can an Xbox 360 do with a standard USB stick, then? I take it we still can't put demos and DLC on them or anything? Just music and videos. I still have a 20gb hard disk from launch... which has actually outlived all the hard disks I've bought for my PC since then!
Posted 12:46 on 03 July 2012

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Release Date: 06/11/2012
Developer: 343 Industries
Publisher: Microsoft
Genre: First Person Shooter
Rating: PEGI 16+
Site Rank: 425 33
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