Halo 5 Opening Cinematic Cannot Be Unseen

Posted: Sep 1 2015, 6:29am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 5 2015, 10:10am CDT , in Technology News


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Halo 5 Opening Cinematic Cannot be Unseen

Microsoft released the Halo 5 Opening Cinematic video.

The next Halo game in the hyper successful Xbox franchise will be released next month. Microsoft has released the opening movie of Halo 5. Watch Spartan Locke and the rest of Fireteam Osiris wreck havoc.

In the Halo 5: Guardians cinematic, the group receives UNSC orders to recover a high value target and deploy to take on Covenant and Promethean forces. The footage starts slow, but gets epic in the second half of the 3:36 minute long film.

Things start to get hectic after an incredible free fall scene.

For some reason the video has not gone viral yet. It only has 36,000 views since the release 10 hours ago. Has Halo lost its fans?

In Halo 5 a mysterious and unstoppable force threatens the galaxy. The Master Chief is missing and his loyalty questioned. In a 4-player setting the new Halo game is a cooperative epic that spans three worlds. Halo 5 has new multiplayer mode with Warzone, massive 24-player battles, and Arena, pure 4-vs-4 competitive combat.

Halo 5: Guardians is available exclusively on Xbox One on October 27th.

The first Halo game debuted in 2001. The Halo franchise is the most important for the Xbox One.

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