Bonnie Ross, leader of 343 Industries noted in an announcement:
“We want to amaze players with the sheer size of the worlds and battles they’ll experience, even as they question everything they thought they knew about its heroes, marvels and mysteries.”
Revealed a year ago, Halo 5 continues the epic of former Halo 4, with star Master Chief adapting to the loss of his sidekick, Cortana. The game will boast a new tech engine developed from scratch.
Recently, enthusiasts of the long-running Xbox franchise experienced Halo 5’s multiplayer part thanks to a beta testing session in January. The beta was accessible from Dec. 29 to Jan. 18 for the individuals who bought Halo: The Master Chief Collection. It was centered around 4 versus 4 standoffs, providing access to seven maps, three game sorts, and various distinctive armour sets for personalized Spartans.
In November, 343 dispatched Halo: The Master Chief Collection, a re-mastering of each Halo leader title with a HD makeover. Nevertheless, a heap of bugs and other technical issues constrained Ross to release an apology for the bumpy start. An announcement from Ross on November 24, two weeks after the edition dispatched read:
“We have not delivered the experience you deserve.”
Coming back to the trailers, the first one named “All Hail,” depicts Spartan Locke drawing down on the traded off Master Chief, scrutinizing his legacy and intentions. The second, called “The Cost,” depicts the Master Chief over an injured Spartan Locker, giving a speech about the true cost of courage.
All in all, this raises new questions — who is the seeker, and who is the chased? We’ll have to wait until the dispatch.
Ross further mentioned:
“We wanted Halo 5: Guardians to be the game that pays off the epic promise of the Halo universe in scope and scale and drama.”
Microsoft is likewise planning to boast the game to fans around the globe at E3 in June.
Meanwhile, Halo gamers can go to HuntTheTruth.tumblr.com to look at another episodic audio series featuring Keegan-Michael Key (from Key & Peele) as Benjamin Giraud, a war-reporter who gradually uncovers startling new info about who the Master Chief truly is, constraining audience members to reconsider what they think about the hero. New scenes will be discharged every week, paving the way to E3.
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