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The Series Continues: Halo 5 Revealed

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One of the games made the original Xbox such a hit was Halo. Last year we saw Halo 4 kick off the latest trilogy, and Microsoft have just announced the next step of the series.

I admittedly know nothing about Halo past the first one, but the cinematic shown shows Master Chief in a distant desert setting, observing the rise of something huge from beneath the sand.

The game itself is already playable on the E3 showfloor and The launch will be accompanied by a series developed by the famous Steven Spielberg. Its pretty cool that the story will be fleshed out across multiple media, expanding the ever-growing Halo universe. One last key feature is that Halo will be running at 60fps, promising buttery smooth pewpew goodness! The multiplayer made no appearance, but as per norm, its bound to be something special and addictive.

 

Last Updated: June 10, 2013

7 Comments

  1. Shouldn’t you guys make ONE article per event? There are already like 5 or 6 and the evening just started πŸ™‚

    But well done for being so quick with the news!

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    • hairyknees

      June 10, 2013 at 20:32

      I should slown πŸ˜› new to this so I’m just pumping out as fast as I can xD gonna refine the articles for the next conferences πŸ™‚

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      • DrKiller

        June 10, 2013 at 20:38

        haha awesome! Hope fully the next ones will be a little bit more exciting.. Titanfall was basically the only thing that drew my attention

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  2. FoxOneZA - X-Therminator

    June 10, 2013 at 20:30

    Master Chief was pulling a Nathan Drake in the dessert and then he gave Sony the bird.

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  3. Aussious

    June 10, 2013 at 22:06

    Another Halo game…Meh

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