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With the launch of Halo 5 Guardians getting closer by the day, now seems like a decent time to show off the opening cinematic for the game. So that’s exactly what has happened!

Featuring Fireteam Osiris, the elite team comprises of:

  • Spartan Jameson Locke – Before he was a Spartan, Locke was an ONI Acquisitions Specialist – an expert in tracking, asset recovery, and elimination of high value targets
  • Spartan Olympia Vale – A child prodigy, Vale’s innate skill in languages led to a career as a Navy liaison with the Sangheili post-war
  • Spartan Holly Tanaka – After surviving the glassing of her homeworld, Tanaka joined the Army, looking for a chance to save others from the same fate
  • Spartan Edward Buck – During his service as an ODST, Buck’s personnel profile suggested “if he were any better he’d be a Spartan”

Watch below as the team receives UNSC orders to recover a high value target and deploy to take on Covenant and Promethean forces in a fierce action sequence – the start to the most ambitious, robust and epic Halo campaign experience yet.

Directed by 343 Industries and created in collaboration with some of the video game industry’s leading creative talent, such as AXIS Animation, Profile Studios and Warner Bros. The full list includes:

  • Director: Brien Goodrich (343 Industries)
  • Animation Director: Steve Dyck (343 Industries)
  • Creative Director: Stuart Aiken (AXIS Animation)
  • Animator: Greg Towner (343 Industries)
  • Producer: Debbie Ross (AXIS Animation) and Connie Kennedy (Profile Studios)
  • VFX: AXIS Animation
  • Audio: Warner Bros. Post Production Services and 343 Industries Audio Team

Halo 5: Guardians is available on October 27th 2015. Watch in awe at the cinematic below!

4 COMMENTS

  1. That was awesome. Cannot wait for this game to come out! Took off work on the 28th. I would take that entire week but the wife would kill me…

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