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Halo TV Series: Leaked Images Give Us First Ever Look At Masterchief, The Covenant & Much More

A Halo TV series was announced around eight years ago. Despite the massive time gap, the project is far from hitting the screens. There have been minor rumors and talks about the show still progressing albeit at a snail’s pace. Most of us had already forgotten a project like this even existed anymore. A trailer for the Paramount+ Halo series was allegedly leaked online and someone managed to get us screenshots. The pictures are magnificent and glorious.

Everything you had ever hoped for in that dream of a Halo show has come true.

Although there were indeed rumors of a trailer of the show existing, nobody actually believed them. The leak’s source happens to be a ResetEra user. The user claims to have access to the full trailer. If nothing is shown at E3 2021, the user has threatened to release the full trailer online.

The video is apparent already on YouTube. But it’s set to private so only a few parties are allowed to see it. despite the unavailability of the actual video, screenshots of the same have already made rounds all over Reddit.

Get Ready To Be Blown Away

The pictures, as you can see, show us the wonderful world of Halo – Masterchief, the Covenant, the Halos, and much more, in all their majestic glory.

The Halo TV Series was originally set to air on Showtime. After spending years in Limbo, the project shifted to Paramount+, with the streaming service having exclusive rights. The show is set to premiere on Paramount+ in the very first quarter of 2022. But the fans are already eager to get a glimpse of the beloved gaming masterpiece’s small screen adaptation.

David Nevis, CBS Chief Creative Officer & Showtime Chairman and CEO, claimed the Halo TV Series will be “the visceral excitement of playing the game, along with a much deeper emotional experience”

Halo, like every other major production in 2020, was hit with delays due to the global COVID-19 Pandemic. Filming for the series resumed only in November last year. And things have been going smoothly ever since. Pablo Schreiber shared a picture of Masterchief’s helmet last year, building up the hype even more.

Assuming everything goes according to plan, there is a high possibility the Halo TV Series trailer will be released officially pretty soon. It might happen during Microsoft’s E3 presentation. Halo Infinite is scheduled for a release this autumn, Microsoft might be in the mood for some cross promotion.

Our working theory is that the screenshots of the trailer you saw are for internal use for a reason. The trailer is not finished and is still undergoing editing, hence the Studio’s decision to not release it so soon. We hope they do the needful and we get to see our beloved John-117 in action kicking Covenant butt.

Written by Bibhu Prasad Panda

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