|Vinay Patel |||Sep 03, 2015 10:12 AM EDT|
Microsoft unveiled the trailer to the all new “Halo 5: Guardians”. The short trailer interestingly portrays the fifteen year journey of the franchise right from the start to the evolution and the new inclusions
Microsoft unveiled the trailer to the all new "Halo 5: Guardians". The short trailer interestingly portrays the fifteen year journey of the franchise right from the start to the evolution and the new inclusions.
According to Wired, Microsoft has released the new three minute trailer giving a preview of what the next edition of "Halo 5: Guardians" which misses out on mentioning Spartan soldier, Master Chief. However,the report also points out that the trailer successfully covers a brief preview of the game ever since the first edition came out. With Master Chief missing, gamers will have to make do with the new deuteragonist, Spartan Locke. Locke is a unique character that features a resident gun with a camera and he will be filling in the shoes for Master Chief. Further details confirm that the game will be released on October 27 this year.
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Fireteam Osiris also features some new faces like Sgt. Buck, a character played by fandom-favorite Nathan Fillion, reprising his role from 2009's Halo 3: ODST. Wired also says that the plot of the game revolves around saving the human scientist from a group of fanatic aliens. This scientist has invented the Spartan Soldier program and Master Chief is the star student of this program.
Another report on Forbes confirms that the game is set in Uncanny Valley where Spartan Jameson Locke's character looks quite like Mike Colter. Even the Fireteam Osiris team has been equipped with more armour empowering them like space ninjas with awesome guns. On its part, Microsoft has promised gamers that the latest instalment packs a lot of action and that the game is all set to be the most epic instalment in the series. The report on Wired also confirms that the new series is less likely to be understood by those who have not been following the game.
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