‘Disintegration’ Trailer: Meet the new FPS from the co-creator of ‘Halo’ which totally doesn’t feel aesthetically like ‘Destiny’
Like, who knows how Disintegration will play. But, based on the trailer? Holy fucking Destiny aesthetic vibes, dudes.
‘Halo Infinite’ creative director quits, after being reassigned. Ain’t that grand news for the incredibly important title!
Halo Infinite has lost its creative director. After they were reassigned. But, no pressure, Halo Infinite. Microsoft has merely hyped you up as the very important launch title for their next console. No pressure! Things seem to be going swimmingly for you, anyways.
‘Halo Infinite’ Trailer: This son of a gun is a launch title for the next Xbox, which arrives Holiday 2020!
Here’s a trailer for Halo Infinite! The game is a killer launch title for the next Xbox, which is arriving Holiday 2020.
Pablo Schreiber is dope as fuck in American Gods. That much is certain. Will he be rad as Master Chief? Time will tell. If it ain’t, though, I don’t think it’s going to be his fault.
Fuck Internet Explorer! Yeah! I ain’t used that since 1994, and that was just so I could download Netscape. And I been using that browser since! But man, maybe I’ll get back into the Microsoft browser game. Crazier things have happened. I thought I had sworn off snorting frozen Mountain Dew shards and…here we are. Gutted nostrils and crying loved ones. Whatever.
So it looks like Showtime is going to be Microsoft’s partner when it comes to a Halo TV series. It’s done! Guaranteed!…okay! Maybe! Possibly! Probably! This is the Internet, we oversell everything.
Who the fuck else would it be Caff, if not Microsoft? I know, I know. Hashtag redundancy. Anyways, before Neill Blomkamp was known for District 9 the good sir directed a series of stunning Halo short films. Bro was even involved in a movie adaptation. But things went and got stalled, which prompted Blomkamp to throw up the deuces. Dare we say the sir is returning to the franchise?
MS opened up their media briefing and all of E3 with this vid, the first look at the Halo 4 campaign. Feels like more than just a little nod to Metroid Prime, aesthetically.
Hit the jump for the vid, and links to more vids, including B-Roll campaign footage and some multiplayer from the new Spartan Ops mode.
There were a lot of things I expected out of the Activision vs. Electronic Arts grudge match: namely wasting money and hair-pulling. What I didn’t expect was to find Bungie’s next game inadvertently revealed.
Bungie has moved on from the Halo universe, striking out into the realm of the third-party with a new title they have yet to reveal. Before departing they dropped this final tear-streaked wet kiss on their dedicated community, in the form of this ass-bursting infographic. Like there’s been 85,841,504 days worth of Halo played. Or the fact that there’s been more deaths in the series than people who have ever lived on Earth. Insane stuff.
Hit the jump to check it out.