First Halo 5 Multiplayer Footage to Debut During HaloFest Event

By   /   Oct 22, 2014

Microsoft has today announced a special “HaloFest” live-stream event that will take place the night before the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

During the stream, viewers have been promised extensive interviews with developers, the first gameplay footage of Halo 5: Guardians and the first episode of Halo: Nightfall. That really does sound an impressive event.

According to the announcement, the gameplay footage will be of the multiplayer mode where an exhibition match between professional Halo players will be showcased. This will give a glimpse to players into how the game plays out.

The beta for Halo 5 will begin from December 29 and in order to be eligible, players will need to have a copy of The Master Chief Collection.

As for the interviews, the stream will have prominent names from 343 Industries on its panel – Bonnie Ross (studio manager), Frank O’Connor (franchise development director), Dan Ayoub (executive producer), and Josh Holmes (executive producer). In addition, 343 executive producer Kiki Wolfkill will talk about Nightfall during the stream, which will also feature “celebrity Halo fans.”

HaloFest will take place at the Avalon Theater in Los Angeles, while the stream can be accessed through Xbox.com, Xbox Live and Twitch.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection will release on November 11 for the Xbox One. The HaloFest stream will go live on November 10 at 8:00 PM Pacific.

Source Xbox Wire