Halo: Spartan Strike for Windows Phone updated

Microsoft has posted an update to their Halo: Spartan Strike game, taking it to version v1.4.23.1.

In Halo: Spartan Strike, developed by 343 Industries in conjunction with Vanguard Games, players delve into 30 challenging missions through cities and jungles using a devastating arsenal of weapons, abilities and vehicles including the iconic Warthog against the Covenant and Promethean enemies.

As is common with Microsoft’s apps and games, the update comes without a changelog, but reviews indicate that they update has fixed the squashed menus issue that was a problem earlier.

The app has also seen an update 2 weeks ago on iOS, where the Microsoft has oddly delivered a changelog which says:

  • Shared Progress – Your Halo: Spartan Strike progress is now shared between the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
  • More control options – New control options have been added, allowing you to set aim-assist on or off and adjust the virtual stick sensitivity.
  • New controller schemes – Five new controller schemes have been added. Pick the one that matches your play style and crush the Covenant and Prometheans!

I would suspect some of this may also appear on the Windows app also.

See screen shots of the app below:

The updated app can be found in the Windows Store here:

Halo: Spartan Strike
Halo: Spartan Strike
Developer: Microsoft Studios
Price: $2.99

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