Halo 4 is here. Microsoft did not spare costs to celebrate the release of Halo 4. In London a ground-breaking aerial lighting performance took place. An enormous Halo 4 Glyph symbol flew over the River Thames to mark the arrival of the next installment of the Halo franchise. Measuring 50 feet in diameter and weighing over three tons, the Glyph is one of the largest and brightest man-made structures to ever fly over a capital city.
Celebrities such as JLS, The Wanted and Made in Chelsea stars gathered to watch the Glyph, while fans and spectators were treated to an epic aeronautical show.
Following the dramatic display, the official flagship London midnight launch took place at GAME in Westfield Stratford. Here, fans queued for hours to be one of the first to get hold of the game as it was released earlier this morning. Watch the video of the Halo 4 London invasion below.
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