The ‘Halo’ franchise makes its long-awaited small screen debut with digital series ‘Halo: Nightfall’

Posted in Games, TV
By Sam Bathe on 29 Jul 2014


The sole survivor from Xbox’s recently scrapped video content initiative, Halo makes its long-awaited debut on the small screen with Ridley Scott-produced series, Nightfall. Introducing a new character, Jameson Locke, a legendary manhunter and agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), Earth’s most powerful and secretive military branch, a trailer for the digital series premiered at San Diego’s Comic Con over the weekend. The series appears to follow Locke and his team as they are caught in the midst of a horrific biological attack, they unravel a plot that sees them delve deeper and deeper into Halo lore. Taking place between the events of Halo 4 and Halo 5: Guardians, Halo: Nightfall tell the origin story of Locke before his central role in the Halo title to be released next year. Halo: Nightfall will be released as part of The Master Chief Collection this Fall.

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