Spend hours battling the Covenant with your buddies, not on your PC or console, but in your local arcade. Fireteam Raven is being developed by Raw Thrills and Play Mechanix; it's said to be a "close collaboration" with main Halo developer 343 Industries. Players will work together to defeat enemies through an on-rails experience, across locations from the first game. For more information on Halo: Fireteam Raven, check out a couple of screenshots of the game in action, as well as the initial announcement trailer.
The official Halo YouTube page posted more details about this game. You can play Halo: Fireteam Raven with four people in total as you fight alongside Master Chief during the events of Halo: Combat Evolved.
The physical structure looks seriously impressive, a coin-operated machine with a colossal 130-inch, 4K screen and four turret-mounted, multipurpose machine guns. The game has taken "years" to develop according to Raw Thrills boss and arcade design legend Eugene Jarvis. Scatter all this across a wide variety of epic landscapes and encounters in a cooperative (and competitive!) experience and you've got a Halo adventure like nothing else you've ever played in the franchise.
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During today's Inside Xbox show, Microsoft announced Halo: Fireteam Raven - an arcade shooter that will only be at Dave & Busters.
Players will also be able to scan a QRC code with their phones and connect with their Halo Waypoint identity while playing.
Halo: Fireteam Raven will come to Dave & Busters restaurant arcades in the United States and Canada first this summer, before appearing at other locations at a later date.