Halo 5 Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 – Mission 1 FULL GAME!! (Halo 5 Guardians Campaign Gameplay)
MY NEW CHANNEL!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-xrbR_QI46woSCGK0CVq6Q
Let me know what you think 🙂
FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/GhostRobo
FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/therealGhostRobo
Don’t forget to leave a Like and Favorite if you enjoyed this video!! It really helps 🙂
#GhostRoboArmy for life!!
Halo 5: Guardians is set to feature the largest ensemble cast of characters in any Halo game yet, with both new and returning characters. The primary protagonist of the Halo series, Spartan-II supersoldier Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, returns in Halo 5: Guardians following the end of Halo 4. It has been noted that John has begun to question all of his former beliefs and has disappeared following the events of “The Next 72 Hours”, a story arc of the comic series Halo: Escalation during which he reunites with his long-time Spartan-II unit Blue Team, comprising Kelly-087, Fred-104 and Linda-058. Halo 5: Guardians marks the in-game debut of Blue Team, who will fight alongside the Master Chief throughout the campaign. In the beginning of the campaign, set eight months after the end of Halo 4’s Spartan Ops, Blue Team will still be operating under the UNSC, although they decide to go AWOL soon after for an unspecified reason. The second mission, “Blue Team”, has them investigating an ONI research vessel called Argent Moon, which has been occupied by Jul ‘Mdama’s Covenant forces.
Halo 5: Guardians also features another playable protagonist, Agent Locke, a “legendary manhunter” on a mission to find the Master Chief after Blue Team disappears and several colonies are unexpectedly attacked. Locke is accompanied by Fireteam Osiris, which includes Spartans Edward Buck, Holly Tanaka and Olympia Vale. Locke’s role in the story is to act as a counterpoint for John-117’s legendary and larger-than-life character, as well as a vehicle to contextualize both the Master Chief and the wider story from an outsider perspective. Locke was introduced in Ridley Scott’s digital series Halo: Nightfall, which has narrative connections to Halo 5. Although he will be a prominent character, Locke will not be replacing John-117 as the protagonist; much like that of Halo 2, the campaign of Halo 5 alternates between the perspectives of the two main characters. Locke was first shown in promotional artwork unveiled with the game’s formal announcement. He is also featured in Halo 2 Anniversary’s terminals and new bookend cinematics, which have links to the story of Guardians. In the bookend cutscenes, Locke is seen interacting with Arbiter Thel ‘Vadam during his mission to track down the Master Chief.
For More Information Watch This Video On Youtube