Here’s When ‘Halo 5’ Is Coming Out

30 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

HALO 5: Guardians Gets Dated, New Live Action TV Spot.

The trailer features newcomer Locke exploring some sort of smoldering ruins in the shadow of a giant monument to Master Chief, apparently canonized for his regular universe saving. After all the recent delays, it’s nice to see a publisher push a stake in the ground and say, “This release date is mine!” Microsoft did that tonight with a pair of new live-action trailers for Halo 5: Guardians. At the conclusion of the commercial, a still of which previously leaked, Agent Locke walks through a human city reduced to rubble, towards a statue of Master Chief.

Spartan 117 is lying, wounded, at the base of the statue but rather than go to help, Locke drops his assault rifle and takes out a pistol, seemingly intent on executing Chief. In the first trailer, a very angry Agent Locke strides towards an injured Master Chief and prepares the execute the famed war hero over some kind of betrayal.

Centered around newcomer to the series, Locke, it offers a brief glimpse into a world where Master Chief may have gone rogue or betrayed those he fought so long for. I like the notion of a story a little more rooted in human politics: the endlessly absurd mythology that attempted to drive the story in Halo 4 was getting a little tiresome.

He unequivocally calls this a ‘discrimination by color.’ Some fans tried to defend Tecmo and Team Ninja, pointing out that the game received a new lighting engine and this has made Lisa, as well as Zack, appear brighter. Locke’s actor, Mike Colter, then recites these chilling words that continue to set the stage of the idea of the Chief as a traitor. “All hail the conquering hero. Halo 5 is by far the most powerful Microsoft and the Xbox One has in their arsenal, so it will be interesting to see what happens with the console war come October. War journalist Benjamin Giraud (Key & Peele‘s Keegan-Michael Key) attempts to go back to the very beginning with the first official episode, “A Hairline Fracture”: We first saw Halo 5 two E3s ago, with a trailer featuring Master chief hiking through a snowy landscape, clutching a rag to provide some heat beyond his Mjolnir Assault Armor.

Meanwhile, the #HUNTtheTRUTH viral campaign shares the first in a series of audio logs concerning fictional journalist Mike Giraud’s investigation into the Master Chief’s past. Episode 01 – A Hairline Fracture provides the first thread of the investigator finding an inconsistency, along with some tiebacks to a classic Halo commercial. Fans of the Halo extended universe are familiar with Master Chief’s origins as a six-year old named John that was abducted by the UNSC and turned into a Spartan super soldier.

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