“Halo 5: Guardians” finally has a release date, and unfortunately for fans, they still have to wait for seven more months.
“The Master Chief returns October 27th,” according to Microsoft’s tweet posted on March 30.
Two new “mirror” trailers have been released. One is titled “All Hail,” and it involves Spartan Locke talking about Master Chief. The second, called “The Cost,” is the opposite, as viewers hear Master Chief talking about Spartan Locke.
“Halo 5” is expected to have its worldwide debut over at this year’s E3 come June.
Gamers are highly excited about this latest offering from Microsoft, giving much emphasis to the fact that “Halo 5” is the first Halo game to run on 60 frames per second. Crave Online acknowledges the presence of dedicated servers, robust gameplay mechanics, and the obvious lack of groundbreaking first-person shooters for the year 2015.
A lot of pressure is being given to videogame developer 343 Industries.
“Right now 343 Industries has its back against the wall. Halo 4 was a great game, but didn’t meet the expectations of fans,” Jonathan Leack wrote on Crave Online. “Halo: The Master Chief Collection‘s rough launch didn’t do it any favors.”
“Halo 5: Guardians” will launch exclusively for the Xbox One.
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