Halo, Servers Close On Xbox 360 Shortly: Players Hunting For Acchievement

There are now a few days to go before the closing of the servers of the games of Halo for Xbox 360: initially scheduled for December, it was then postponed to 13 January 2022. We’re just running out of time.

An important part of Halo’s franchise is about to be handed over to history: the day after tomorrow the plug will be pulled to the Xbox 360 versions of Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo Wars, Halo Reach, Halo Combat Evolved The closing will also affect the respective versions that can be performed on Xbox One and Xbox Series X

In view of the farewell, many video players are crowding the servers to give a final greeting to the titles they loved so much. In this sad and nostalgic climate, there are also stories of solidarity and collaboration that are worth telling, as the story happened to Neil, one of the members of Hidden Reach, a group that has long taught members of the community

Yesterday, while playing Halo 3, he came across a video gamer named Fishy, who kindly asked members present in the lobby to help unlock the “Two for One” acievement, which asks users to play the game. Since January 13, targets like these can no longer be unlocked, so the hunters are making everyone to get them before it is too late.

Well, lobby members accepted it in a good way and helped Fishy get the coveted achievement during the game. This was captured in the video you can view at the news opening: “Yes! Thank you guys so much. I really appreciate it. Bro, that was really nice of you. I thought I couldn’t do it, I only had two days left.”

The multiplayer of Halo: The Master Chief Collection games will clearly continue to remain active. Halo Infinite and his free multiplayer for everyone are thinking about continuing the franchise story.

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