We won’t have to wait too long to hunt the truth.
In spite of all the recent mess ups and controversy surrounding 343 Industries’ Halo franchise, the fact remains that most longtime fans of the franchise cannot help but get (cautiously) hyped for the upcoming Halo 5. Maybe it is out of hope, or maybe it is because 343 seems to have learned from all the various mistakes they made over the last few years. But any new bit of information about Halo further fuels the hype.
It helps when 343 Industries’ Josh Holmes confirmed on his Twitter feed that an entirely separate team is working on the upcoming game, than the team that was behind last fall’s disastrous Halo: The Master Chief Collection for the Xbox One. Although it can be argued that the issues with MCC were larger and maybe pervasive of 343 as a whole, it gives one hope that this team will not repeat the mistakes of the other team.
Apparently, we can also expect more news on the game by this E3- we knew that, obviously, especially given that the final release date for the game is later this year, but still, that’s one game that we know to be hyped for come next month. The E3 information blowout will also, naturally, include some news on the game’s multiplayer.
He also revealed that multiplayer undersuits are dark gray with minimal paint-over, depending on the design of the suit. Halo 5: Guardians launches on Xbox One exclusively later this year. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more information.
@catronm2984 MP undersuits are dark gray with minimal paint-over, depending on the design of the suit.— Josh Holmes (@JoshingtonState) April 28, 2015
@LazyGuardian_eX Two completely separate teams.— Josh Holmes (@JoshingtonState) April 28, 2015
@AlexanderFN57 Definitely by E3.— Josh Holmes (@JoshingtonState) April 26, 2015
@GaryHamlett3 Yup.— Josh Holmes (@JoshingtonState) April 26, 2015