After leaking a little earlier on today via Facebook advertising, as pointed out by @dexertospartans over on Twitter, the Halo TV Series has had its first teaser trailer officially unveiled as part of the Xbox 20th Anniversary stream.
The trailer, which is very short indeed, shows us a shot of someone's hideously scarred back - perhaps denoting a rather gritty take on the Halo universe - before treating us to a few bits of detailing from the Master Chief's famous armour, giving us a glimpse of his helmet, gloves and 117 emblem, before a very recognisable voice can be heard saying "Hello, Master Chief." It's all very exciting!
The Halo TV show will launch sometime in 2022 after a season one production that's seen the series lose its showrunner. We also managed to catch a glimpse of some familiar faces in what appear to be stills from an as-yet unreleased trailer earlier in the year.
It seems the TV debut of Master Chief is shaping up nicely, Microsoft even went so far as to name-call the likes of Marvel and Star Wars in the lead up to debuting the trailer itself, and we can't wait to see what this new show has in store for us when it arrives next year.
You can check out the new teaser trailer in all its glory below.
Are you looking forward to catching the Halo TV series when it releases next year? Let us know in the comments!
A quick Google tells me Paramount+ isn't available in the UK. Huh.
Let's hope that changes before this comes out!
@LocalPenguin I'm sure they'll find another partner for it.
@FraserG absolutely. Definitely don’t want yet another subscription service!
@Alduin @FraserG Yeah fingers crossed 🤞😊
So it's just the US market getting overburdened with crappy streaming services?? 😂
So we have the uncharted movie, mario movie, witcher season 2, the last of us series and now an halo series
Nice to see gaming stepping up in the entertainment industry in a good way as well.
Would love a borderlands animated series
@LocalPenguin @Alduin @FraserG @LocalPenguin
Paramount+ will come to the UK and some other EU countries via Sky (Sky Cinema subscribers get if for free)
other countries will get SkyShowtime, a joint streamer combining paramount+ and peacock https://deadline.com/2021/08/comcast-viacomcbs-to-launch-joint-streamer-skyshowtime-in-20-european-markets-1234817057/
@Leuke The US is ahead of the curve, but there's dozens and dozens of streaming services out there now from everything from horror movies to food and wine (yeah there's one just for that).
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