Halo TV series will get its first full trailer during The Game Awards

Halo TV series will get its first full trailer during The Game Awards
Ben Borthwick Updated on by

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The upcoming live-action Halo TV series has confirmed it’ll be showing off its first trailer during The Game Awards on Thursday night.

A tweet from the official account gave fans a brief 15 second teaser of what to expect. We see a few marines, a few Spartans, and a glimpse at the iconic Warthog in the tease. It’s actually not the first tease we’ve had for the series so far. Fans were treated to a very brief glimpse of Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief himself during Xbox’s 20th anniversary celebration stream last month.

The Halo TV series will run first on the Paramount Plus streaming service in the US. The project has had a long journey, first being announced all the way back in 2013. However, it remained in development for many years before finally getting a ten-episode order at Showtime in 2018.

Production then began in 2019, but the Halo TV series faced another roadblock thanks to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Production resumed in late 2020, and a few months later it was pivoted to head to Paramount Plus in 2022. At the time of writing however, there’s still no word on a UK broadcaster.

Still, we should get a good idea of what to expect from the Halo TV series after The Game Awards. The event kicks off at 12:30am UK time on late Thursday night/early Friday morning and will be broadcast live from LA.

(Oh, and some obscure video game spin-off from the show called Halo Infinite also happens to launch today.)