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Microsoft's biggest game yet has been revealed to require no disc-swapping for the Xbox 360, in a recent live stream with 343 Industries on Halo 4 (thanks Darkzero). Details of specific installation requirements were also announced which will require players to install 8GB of data onto either a hard drive or flash drive.

The installation from the second disc will place all multiplayer required files onto the players specified drive, allowing quicker access then what was initially thought. Previously it was still undecided whether Halo 4 would be required to use two discs, but with this news its sure to help with any multiplayer on-disc lag problems that recent Halo titles were affected by.

Halo 4 will be available on November 6th exclusively for Xbox 360.



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