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Halo Waypoint Updated With Kinect Support June 10, 2012

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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Halo Waypoint, a free downloadable app for the Xbox 360 where you can view the latest news about Halo, track your game statistics, and learn more about Halo’s expanded universe, has just been updated.  While there are some new stability and performance improvements in the update, the new version of Halo Waypoint now offers support for the Kinect, giving a whole new way to navigate the program without the need of a controller.  There is also a new Halo 4 section in the program where you can view the most recent trailers, screenshots and behind the scenes videos for the new game.

The Halo Waypoint launched in 2009 around the time of the release of Halo 3 ODST, and pretty much set the stage for the Xbox 360 to bring in non-game related applications like Hulu and Crackle.  It gave Halo users expanded capabilities and goodies for downloading the app, and gave both players and non-players the opportunity to learn more about the series everyone has been playing for the past eleven years.

Halo Waypoint can be downloaded for free from the Xbox Live Marketplace for the Xbox 360.  If you already have it downloaded it will ask you to download the update when logging in.  You can also get Halo Waypoint apps for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7.