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Halo 5: Guardians Releases Early, People Already Spoiling the Ending for Others
Halo 5 may not be released until October 27, but it looks like it has been sold early in some stores. This is good for some lucky players who have managed to get a copy, but also bad for people who don’t want the main campaign story spoiled.
In news that will have some players leaving the internet and not returning until the game’s release it looks like some gamers have chosen to ruin the ending. Don’t worry though as you won’t read any spoilers here, or from any link posted here. As always though beware the comments section in case somebody decides to post something.
What fans of Halo 5: Guardians will have to do from now until release is to beware any social media and forums and be very wary of any Halo 5 posts by malicious users. It appears that on some Reddit boards some are already posting the synopsis for the game and spoiling the end, and using titles for their posts that hide the true intentions of the details inside.
Should fans of Halo 5: Guardians hide from the Internet altogether? I doubt that will be necessary, we are all used to early releases by now and spoilers being posted either intentionally or unintentionally. This is something we have to deal with on the internet and most of us are experienced with it now.
Whether you want to see spoilers or not, just be aware that it looks like they are now out there and being propagated around social media. Just be ready for attempts to spoil the game, as it appears that some Internet users are wanting to spoil the fun of experiencing the story for ourselves.
What are your thoughts on people spoiling the ending of unreleased games? Do they spoil the fun? Let us know what you think below.