Halo 5: Guardians Beta Screenshots Look Amazing

I can feel the quick scoping and lucky DRM shots already.

Posted By | On 19th, Oct. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @@Martintoney2012


Halo 5: Guardians

Who’s ready for Halo goodies? You’re ready! Quite frankly, you should always be ready for Halo because it’s awesome and I’m fairly sure that it’s part of a healthy balanced diet. I imagine at this point, a lot of you are gettign extremely excited for the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta which should be rocking up to your door towards the end of the year.

Well a new set of Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta screenshots have been released and they show of some of the maps that are going to be included in the game. Honestly, they look like your standard Halo map affair with tiered level design and neon everywhere.

The shots are taken from a build of the game that is still very much a work in progress, but it really doesn’t look like that much of an improvement from Halo 4. Don’t get me wrong, they still look amazing, but hopefully the near finished build will look a bit nicer, it could be that the game just looks better when it’s moving!


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  • Mark

    My man Martin says the shots look amazing in the headlines, but then says they resemble Halo 4 in the article, haha. Which one is in my brother? I think the detail is impressive, but not Un-believable. Now single player, that may be a whole different story visually. Funny how I went from BF4’s campaign to multiplayer, and saw like a 3x drop in graphics (although still nice), for obvious reasons. I went “Dam what happened”!

    • Martin Toney

      Well given that Halo 4 looked amazing, I don’t see how this could be considered a bad thing. Just re-read the last paragraph buddy,

    • Mark

      Hunh? That’s like saying Uncharted 4 will use TLOU’s graphics engine and will resemble it, but it’ll look amazing lol. This is on a new system, 2 years later for Halo. When people throw around “Amazing” I personally expect a leap in graphics from one game to its sequel. Don’t u Martin? So how could it be amazing right? That has to imply that grounds have been broken graphically compared to previous versions right?

      If COD Advanced Warfare resembled Ghosts in campaign, I wouldn’t say it looks amazing……..I’d think it resembles Ghosts but a bit better. If I’m coming off as a troll or di*k then my bad. I just disagree with ur headline.

    • Martin Toney

      I quite thoroughly disagree.
      “Amazing” is a qualifying word in this regard. The game does look amazing but Halo 4 also looks amazing. Expecting a leap in graphical fidelity between games is an opinion shared by many, but not by me.

      The visuals of a game are important to certain titles, but gameplay takes precedence in my book. Saying that a new title is amazing, then comparing it to another title that was acclaimed for its visuals is in no way saying that either one was graphically broken.

      And just to reiterate, “The shots are taken from a build of the game that is still very much a work in progress”.

    • Mark

      Hey Martin, why r we spending so much time “proving our points”? I am sorry for wasting ur time Martin. Haha. Excuse me.


 

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