Halo: Spartan Strike released for iOS and Windows

Halo: Spartan Strike released for iOS and Windows

Halo: Spartan Strike, the successor for Halo: Spartan Assault has been released across iOS and Windows platforms. Much like Halo: Spartan Assault, the new game puts you inside an ONI simulation set during the Halo 2 period, on New Mombasa and is set in 2552.

Halo: Spartan Strike lets you step into the shoes of a Spartan soldier who has to deal with the enemies over 30 levels. Just as you might imagine, the game is fully optimized for mobile devices; the game also arrives with updated graphics and tons of new content, like new weapons, vehicles to drive and shoot the baddies with, as well as a host of new abilities.

The game comes with 30 challenging missions through jungles and cities, as players try to thwart plans to make Earth the next conquest for evil forces.

According to Microsoft, players will be able to pick and play through shared progress between Windows 8 devices. Additionally, Halo: Spartan Strike offers support for keyboard and mouse control, as well as USB Xbox controller, or touch-based virtual joystick.

Players can also earn achievements in Halo: Spartan Strike to unlock an exclusive emblem, nameplate, and avatar in Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Xbox One.

If you decide to complete the weekly challenges, then you might be able to take the top position in leaderboards that showcase your Halo gaming skills.

You can download the game directly on your iOS device through the Apple App Store or by using the following link:

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Price $ 5.99
Requirements iOS 8.0 or greater

The game is available as a universal Windows app, and can be downloaded directly on your device through its respective app store or by using the following links.

Download Download from Windows Store Download from Windows Phone Store
Price $ 5.99 universal windows app
Requirements Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1

The Halo: Spartan Strike for Steam is available for $5.99, while iOS and Steam users can also pick up a bundle that includes Halo: Spartan Assault for $9.99.

For the time being, Microsoft hasn't shared any details on the chances of bringing this game to the Android operating system. Its still not clear why Microsoft has chosen not to push the game out to the vast number of Android users.

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