The Halo The TV series is on its way and today we have two teasers on Paramount’s upcoming production. First off, Paramount came up with a short sequence, showing some very Halo-esque scenes. The second tease was that we won’t see the rest of the Halo Trailer for the TV series until Thursday during the Game Awards. The video itself is short, offering only five seconds of actual content. But there are a few interesting pieces to check out.
The Halo The TV series will feature the Master Chief, but he won’t be the only Spartan. And that’s a good change. While the Leader often makes huge waves when soloed, he’s even more deadly when paired with a team of other Spartans. The show will see him alongside a few other Spartan-IIs such as Vannack-134 and Kai-125. We briefly see two of these characters in the video, fully decked out in their Mjolnir armor.
The show has been in the works for some time, with much of its foundation in place for a few years. In 2019, Gizmodo detailed some of the main characters. All the Spartans featuring will be the ones who went through the brutal Spartan-II program, much like the leader. This should establish a solid foundation for their relationship. In Gizmodo’s post, Kai-125 is described as “brave, curious and deadly”, while Vannak-134 “serves as the de facto deputy to the Master Chief”. There will be at least two other Spartans, namely Soren-066 and Riz-028, which weren’t in today’s teaser.
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Dress up, Spartans
It’s a painfully short clip, but it looks pretty good. Certainly, as Halo fan, maybe I’m a little biased. But the armor designs of the two Spartans look crisp. The rushing Marines and Pelican dropships that light up also make it look like some serious shit is about to drop. And since the show is set during the Human-Covenant War, regardless of the threat, it’s likely to release hot plasma.
We’ll see the rest when the Halo The trailer for the TV series appears at The Game Awards this Thursday. Prior to the event, the Game Awards allow you to vote for a Players’ Choice award. Infinite halo, although it will not be launched until tomorrow, is in the lead. How does it work again?