A TRAILER OF ALIEN KILL FEST Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn has been released by Microsoft today.
Available to watch now on Youtube, the 58 second teaser doesn't reveal anything more than a view of the backside of Master Chief, and cuts to the game logo before he turns around to reveal his face.
It isn't the most inspiring trailer we've ever seen but it's dramatic enough to build up suspense and anticipation for the game's release, which is due this Autumn.
A different, perhaps more telling trailer was shown last month at the E3 gaming event in California that revealed some of the actual game play of the title.
Microsoft and 343 Industries also released further details about the game last month, explaining that it includes something called Multiplayer Infinity, which appears to build on the ability to buy pieces of armour, as seen in Halo Reach.
"You'll build your custom Spartan-IV supersoldier, and progress your multiplayer career across all 'Halo 4' competitive and cooperative game modes," says the accompanying blurb. "Your multiplayer experience will be embedded in the fiction of 'Halo' like never before, where your progress and game choices affect your appearance, arsenal, and role on the battlefield."
When the game finally does go on sale in early November there will be a vanilla box release as well as a limited edition package available. This will set you back around £70 and offer access to some digital content, extra maps and early access to customisable specialisation options. µ
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