Halo goes cross-platform, now ‘Spartan Strike’ is available for iOS

Microsoft’s Halo franchise shooting game goes cross-platform. Now, the software giant is bringing its new title “Halo: Spartan Strike” to iPad and iPhone.

Previously, the top-down shooting game was only available for Windows and Windows Phone, but today you can purchase and download “Spartan Strike” from Apple’s App Store for $5.99.

Alongside, “Halo: Spartan Strike”, Microsoft decided to make its previous Halo game, Spartan Assault, cross-platform as well, as you can now also purchase the game for your iPhone and iPad. Spartan Assault for iOS costs the same price ($5.99), but if you’re a Halo fan, you can get a bundle with the two games for only $9.99.

Halo: Spartan Assault was originally released back in July 2013, for Windows Phone and Windows. Later the same year, in December, Microsoft made available a version of the game for Xbox One and Xbox 360 got the game in January 2014. The two games were developed by Vanguard Games in conjunction with 343 Industries and Microsoft Studios.

Here are the links to buy Halo for Windows and iOS:

“Halo: Spartan Strike tells a compelling new story in the Halo universe set during the events of Halo 2 on New Mombasa in 2552. As a Spartan supersoldier in a classified ONI simulation, delve into 30 challenging missions while leading UNSC troops through cities and jungles with an all new arsenal of weapons, abilities and vehicles.”

Source Microsoft