After releasing two live-action launch trailers for Halo 5: Guardians, Microsoft has debuted the gameplay launch trailer for the upcoming Xbox One-exclusive shooter. The game itself debuts in stores on October 27.
The trailer shows a mix of gameplay and cut-scenes from Halo 5, showing that Master Chief, for some reason, has gone rogue and is now being hunted by Spartan Locke and his team. The video has a ton of action and impressive looking set pieces from the campaign, which can be played alone or with up to three other players in co-op online.
Meanwhile, a leaked image of the Halo 5 disc box found its way to the NeoGAF forums, showing that the game will take up to 60GB of space on an Xbox One's hard drive. That means hardcore gamers who don't have a lot of space on their local drive might want to spend some money on an external hard drive to play the game.
- Pre-order Halo 5: Guardians for the Xbox One at Amazon for $59.99
- Pre-order Halo 5: Guardians Limited Edition for the Xbox One at Amazon for $99.99
- Pre-order Halo 5: Guardians Limited Collector's Edition for the Xbox One at Amazon for $249.99
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