Video Game | | Action, Adventure, Mystery
A UNSC Orbital Drop Shock Trooper must locate his missing squad members in New Mombasa following a devastating slip space rupture caused by a Covenant cruiser.
Halo 3: ODST was remastered for the Xbox One as DLC for the Master Chief Collection. This version displays in 1080p at 60 frames per second, and features altered/improved lighting and touched up textures. A light rain effect has also been added to the "Mombasa Streets" levels. Rain was originally intended to be in these levels for the Xbox 360 version, but was not possible at the time due to technical limitations.
You heard from Gunny?
Mickey: No. Romeo, neither.
Dutch: Well, guess it's just you and me.
Mickey: My vote? Hole up, wait for backup.
Police Officer: Thank god! Does one of you know how to use explosives?
Dutch: Your vote? Just got overruled.
Virgil is a subroutine of the larger Superintendent computer created by Daniel Endesha to care for his daughter. It was apparently secret and not meant to be known outside of the Endasha family. Although Virgil is known to Commishiner Kinsler it would be unlikely that a cop would refer to the Superintendent as "Virgil" as the cop encountered in Data Hive does.
When completing the game on any difficulty there is an epilogue after the credits. The epilogue that plays after completing the game on any difficulty besides Legendary starts off one month later with Dare and Sergent Johnson talking about the next mission. Sergent Johnson then informs the Engineer that he intends to ask it everything it knows about the Covenant and whatever it is they're looking for. If the game is completed at the Legendary difficulty level, a scene after shows the Prophet of Truth overseeing some Engineers uncovering a Forerunner artifact buried beneath the Superintendent's data core.