Halo Media 2015 Release
There are two Halo media platforms coming out in 2015, which is exciting news for those that enjoy the Halo gaming series and Halo Dawn. There’s very little information on the new Halo media as they just announced it at E3 but they have confirmed the next Halo game will be Halo 5. We’ll break this new Halo media up into two sections so that we can look at each section.
Halo 5 Guardians
The Halo media game is Halo 5, which is completely rules free. Halo 4 was supposedly going to be the last Halo game released since Destiny was coming out and everyone at the E3 press release conference was completely shocked by this new information.
There are no rules for this game other than the underlying tones that make Master Chief who he is and there’s very little information for Halo fans to guess at what will come inside Halo 5. This is because Halo 4 ended on Earth with the suit being taken off of Master Chief and everyone believed that “it” was over. This new Halo media swallows that idea and spits it out as the only piece of speculator information that’s provided is the Promethian based ship that explodes from the ground in the Halo media teaser release.
Halo the TV series
There is no name for this TV series but there is Steven Spielberg, who is directing its making. This Halo media comes from a small announcement that accompanied the Halo 5 Guardians trailer release, stating that there would be a TV series to go along with the game. Halo Forward unto Dawn had previously accompanied Halo 4 and was a huge internet sensation.
In addition to the Halo TV series, the Halo media is further increased by the possible movie release done by Ridely Scott, which will come in a multi-part series. There is no current information on what the movie is about and 343 Studios does little to release any information about any of the Halo media.
With the current release of Destiny, the release of another Halo media outlet has sent the gaming community into a frenzy. This is good because Microsoft is skeptical that the Xbox One will survive as it sails on record low sales of 1.2 million around the world, which is a 50% drop since the last time they released a sold count. This is a total of 2 million sales behind Sony’s PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One could really use the powerhouse community of Halo fans to boost their sales.