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Halo: Master Chief Collection Arbiter Trailer

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If buddy cop dramas, school science projects and saving the known universe from annihilation have taught us anything, it's that you can always trust a good partner. Right?

While the Arbiter seemed to prove himself a trustworthy right hand man in the events of Halo 2 and 3, a new teaser trailer for forthcoming Halo: Master Chief Collection appears to hint at unknown depths to everyone's favourite converted Elite.

In the following 'video report' (apparently compiled by Lt. Commander Jameson Locke, the Spartan shown off in E3's Halo 5 material), gamers gain a flavour of the reworked, finely tuned action they can expect from the next-gen reissue of the vastly successful Halo 2. Set for release 11 November, it looks like some new chapters are set to be added to the Halo story.



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