Halo 5: Guardians Xbox One E3 2015 Trailer Shows Campaign, Multiplayer & WarZone Mode

16 June 2015
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Halo 5 kicked off Microsoft’s E3 2015 Press Conference in fine fashion, revealing all new campaign & multiplayer gameplay for this Xbox One system seller.

Check out Microsoft’s E3 2015 Halo 5: Guardians footage.

You really get a sense of the scale of epic space warfare that will be going on in Halo 5 with this campaign-mode trailer. Bullets fly at you from all directions and chaos sweeps around Spartan Locke and his squad (being both voiced, acted and modeled after Nathan Fillion who played Captain Malcolm Reynolds in the TV show Firefly, and has been featured in Bungie’s Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach and Destiny).

Fans may be a little disappointed that no major new plotpoint details were revealed, but they will certainly enjoy the epic looking gameplay.

They will also be extremely happy with the extensive look at Halo 5’s awesome new “Halo 5: WarZone” mode/platform, a multiplayer feature that is highly customizable and allows players to both battle against other players AND fight against CPU controlled enemies!

This is a very cool feature that I have always wanted to see. It gets tiring simply facing off against other players, and now you finally get to play a multiplayer competitive mode that feels like you are playing the single-player! Bungie also revealed that the maps in Halo 5 will be huge and much bigger than ever before. WarZone will feature 24 players.

The Halo 5: Guardians release date was previously announced at October 27th, 2015. This is definitely a game that most everyone who bought an Xbox One is looking forward to. October can’t come soon enough!

Were you impressed by this new glimpse at Halo 5: Guardians?

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