Earlier this week, the 2021 Sport Awards came about in Los Angeles, California. Along with celebrating the very best video games and gaming content material from the 12 months, the present was full of bulletins for brand new content material. I skimmed by way of the occasion, however the factor that caught my consideration was the brand new trailer for the Halo tv sequence.
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Throughout final evening’s award ceremony, we bought a model new sneak peek on the extremely anticipated Halo TV sequence coming to Paramount+ someday in 2022. We beforehand bought a a lot shorter take a look at the upcoming sequence throughout final month’s Xbox celebration, however this week’s trailer gave us a more in-depth look.
The brand new trailer makes the upcoming Halo sequence look completely epic. We begin out with a flyover of the present’s stunning world and big infrastructure. We additionally bought a take a look at the bustling nature of the Halo marines as they rush to filter a hanger.
However the half that actually gave me chills was lastly seeing Grasp Chief, John-117, doing his superhero touchdown within the sand main straight into that iconic music that I used to hum within the faculty hallways (that most likely explains all of the unusual seems to be I bought all through center faculty.)
I’m an enormous fan of the unique Halo trilogy. These video games formed my love for video video games and I keep in mind spending numerous hours working co-op campaigns and messing round with my buddies in multiplayer earlier than I even had entry to on-line gaming.
With the preliminary success of Halo Infinite, which was totally launched just some days in the past, it’s a actually good time to be a Halo fan. Infinite will proceed to develop and evolve over the following months and we lastly have the Halo TV sequence to stay up for subsequent 12 months.
With the whole lot happening on the planet, now’s a greater time than ever to dive into Halo and expertise the superb franchise that debuted greater than 20 years in the past.