It was not too long ago that Microsoft made an announcement concerning the new trailer for Halo 5: Guardians, where this particular trailer is said to arrive a few time this coming weekend.
Halo 5: Guardians releases on the Xbox One on October 7th. Officially, the UNSC is telling citizens that the Master Chief is dead, having been killed in action.
Earlier this year, Twofifteen McCann and Bungie Entertainment cast murky shadows on the celebrated reputation of Halo's celebrated leader Master Chief.
In today's trailer, we have discovered the cover-up surrounding the event, and how the "Office of Naval Intelligence" fabricated the story to suit their desires.
The campaign also includes a "Visualizer" that pulls together fan conversation on social media into a 3D particle animated image.
We already knew that the Master Chief is officially dead. It's fine! If you're a big-time Halo fan, it's probably even pretty good although since most of the replay value in games like Halo is in the narrative-free competitive mode, rather than the single-player story mode, the emotional investment the audience has in its characters is limited.
Many have been revealed about "Halo 5: Guardians".
As the live-action teaser ad begins, a female announcer pronounces the death of Spartan John-117, also known as Master Chief, who is reported to have been killed in the line of duty on October 27, 2650.
When he recruits others to join him, the only thing worse than losing a hero is watching him turn against us.
Microsoft recently released a TV commercial for its upcoming "Halo 5: Guardians", depicting the death of the game's protagonist, Master Chief. Now, developer 343 Industries has explained why it is focusing so heavily on four-play co-op for the new game.