During their E3 media conference, Microsoft and 343 Studios’ Bony Ross were kind enough to finally show some gameplay of the campaign for their hotly anticipated holiday title, Halo 5: Guardians. Showing off Spartan Locke and his squad tracking the Master Chief and his Blue Team in 4-player drop-in, drop-out co-op, the demo of the game’s “Battle of Sunaion” mission had the usual scripted gameplay typical of these events. It showed gunfights, explosions, and some real dangers for Fireteam Osiris. From Xbox themselves, Halo 5 will have “seamless drop-in/out online cooperative gameplay on dedicated servers, enormous, complex levels designed to support more enemies and bigger firefights, enhanced immersive audio and sound, sophisticated teammate AI, and much more, all at 60 fps”.
If that sounds good to you, check out the gameplay and screenshots below and pickup Halo 5: Guardians on October 27, 2015, exclusively on Xbox One.