We don't exactly know when to expect the upcoming Halo 5 Guardians, and this is making several fans mad with the weight of expectation attached to the game. With each passing day, we can only expect that the developers are adding the finishing touches to the game.
However, for whatever its worth maybe, there's a brand new footage up on the Internet that's been spotted for the upcoming game. Honestly, it's not much, but it's still something for a game that's sort of a well-hidden secret.
The new video seems like an ad that talks about the upcoming Xbox One games for the year, with the tagline, "The Best Games of 2015 Live on Xbox One." With the background score from William Ernest Henley's "Invictus," the video kicks off with a Halo character, probably Agent Locke, fixing his helmet, inside the Pelican transport ship.
The video ends with a visor shot of the Chief, but claiming nothing in terms of added features or improved gameplay mechanics. Sure, the new video won't mean much to most, but it still is a welcome break to get a glimpse of our ever favourite Master Chief (John 3:16), only to raise our expectations tenfold. You can check out the video below.
Apart from this, there's more information on the changes made to the Ground Pounds mechanism, as part of the Halo 5 Beta feedback, after it was subjected to a lot of complaints from fans. Josh Holmes, the Studio Head for Halo 5 Guardians, recently confirmed that fans can expect better changes to the Ground Pounds system.
When a fan recently wrote on Twitter, "please Tweak some control Schemes for the Groundpound instead of Moving the Cursor to Rs change it to LS but keep hold B," Holmes replied to him saying, "it's changed pretty dramatically from beta. In a good way IMO."
Halo 5 Guardians is set for a launch some time this year, exclusively for Xbox One.