New Halo TV Show Trailer Coming During The Game Awards

The first full-length Halo TV show trailer will arrive during The Game Awards in early December.

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Following a brief teaser trailer shown during the Xbox 20th anniversary event, Microsoft will release the first full-length trailer for the Halo TV series during The Game Awards on December 9.

Halo's transmedia boss Kiki Wolfkill confirmed this during a Halo video broadcast on Friday. This trailer is meant to give fans a "very, very strong taste" for the show, which is scheduled for release in 2022 on Paramount+. Wolfkill also confirmed that the show will be available to stream internationally, though the full details on streaming availability for markets outside the US have not been confirmed.

Also during the broadcast, Wolfkill said filming on the Halo TV series wrapped in July this year, following delays related to COVID. The show is now in post-production and teams are "knee deep" in finishing the visual effects and other post-production efforts.

Pablo Schreiber stars as Master Chief in the TV show, with Californication's Natascha McElhone as Dr. Halsey. Jen Taylor, who voices Cortana in the games, will play her in the show.

In other Halo news, GameSpot recently played a chunk of the game's campaign mode. You can read our writeup to learn more. The game's multiplayer is available now, and you can read our top 14 tips to get up to speed.

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