Posted November 03, 2017 04:15:30Today marks the 30th anniversary of Halo 2.
We all know that the Halo series is in its 30th year.
As a fan, I was happy to see that the series was on track to be a classic.
It was also fun to see the series become a worldwide phenomenon, with millions of fans tuning in to watch its adventures on television and video games.
But I didn’t think we’d see Halo 5 come to fruition.
While it has been in development for a few years, it has not been released yet, nor has it been announced.
It’s not because the Halo franchise is in decline; it’s because of how the game industry has changed over the last few years.
The Halo franchise has grown to encompass multiple genres and a vast world, and as such, has been able to continue to be successful.
This has made it easier to develop the franchise, and it’s allowed fans to enjoy new things and experiences.
With Halo 5, 343 Industries wants to create something that will be new and exciting to fans.
This is not a Halo reboot, nor is it an effort to revitalize the franchise.
343 wants to make Halo 5 something truly new and different.
Halo 5 is not the Halo that fans know and love.
Instead, it’s a brand new and entirely different Halo, a reboot of the franchise that is focused on delivering a new, exciting experience that will appeal to gamers from all walks of life.
So, what are we waiting for?
343 has released a teaser trailer for Halo 5 and a few screenshots from the game’s upcoming trailer, but nothing else has been announced to the world.
What is Halo 5 going to be?
The Halo 5 trailer is promising.
It includes gameplay from the first two Halo games, and features some very familiar Halo gameplay.
The gameplay is mostly about using the new Spartan weapons, and the Spartan combat is much more intense than what players are used to.
There is also some new content that will allow players to progress through the story of the game.
We also have some gameplay footage that shows the Spartan’s ability to utilize a new form of energy called “Energy Fuel”.
The Halo series has always focused on giving players the ability to customize their weapons and playstyles, so it’s no surprise that Halo 5 will have some of the best weapons in the Halo universe.
The Spartans also will be getting new abilities that will help them become more powerful.
The gameplay footage for Halo 2 is also promising, but I don’t think anyone is expecting the game to be any different than its predecessor.
In Halo 2, the players were given the ability of taking on a different Spartan and teaming up with other Spartans.
In the first Halo, there was just one Spartan, and even then the team had to work together to take on the threat of the Covenant.
With Halo 5 we will get a chance to experience the Spartans’ personalities and the struggles they will face as they go through their missions.
There will be a lot of new and unique weapons that the Spartans will be able to utilize.
Halo 3 has been one of the most successful games in the series, and Halo 4 is the most beloved, with fans clamoring for more.
It looks like the next installment of the Halo saga will have a new Halo, but the game will be far from the original, because the series will have evolved.
Halo 4 introduced a lot more depth than Halo 5 does.
Players will be given new abilities to customize, such as the ability for them to use Energy Fuel.
The energy can be used to power up armor, as well as boost the Spartans health and speed.
The new gameplay footage and trailer are promising, and we’re hoping that fans of the series can get excited about this new Halo.
However, Halo 5 may not be the last game from 343 Industries, and fans will be treated to a new experience every time Halo is released.
This time, it won’t be as different from its predecessor as it was in Halo 2; Halo 5 has some new things to look forward to.
We want to hear from you, and if you have any questions about Halo 5 or the Halo games themselves, feel free to tweet us at @NHLNews or leave us a comment below.
You can also watch the trailer below, which features some of Halo 5’s gameplay from Halo 2: Anniversary.
What’s your Halo 5 review?
Let us know in the comments section below!