Halo 5 Cinematic Leaked During Stream of The Master Chief Collection!

According to Gamespot, a cinematic sequence from the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians leaked accidentally during a stream of the upcoming Halo: Master Chief Collection. The video, which many are speculating is meant to be a preview of Halo 5‘s plot, shows off new character models for both Agent Locke, the main character of the Halo: Nightfall TV series (who is also said to have an important role in Halo 5) and the Arbiter enemy.

It is likely that the video, which can be seen above, was not supposed to have been shown during the stream, which explains why the stream itself cut out in the middle of the new cinematic. Either way, we will known for sure of the validity of the new trailer once the Master Chief Collection arrives exclusively on the Xbox One on November 11th. The collection contains HD ports of the first three games in the venerable Halo franchise, and provides an excellent jumping off point for new players wishing to explore the Halo universe before the upcoming release of Halo 5.

Agent Locke as he appears in Halo: Nightfall

Agent Locke as he appears in Halo: Nightfall

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Source: Gamespot

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