Halo The Series Full Trailer Gets A Release Date For This Sunday

New Halo Spot Is Pretty Underwhelming

Halo the series full trailer gets a release date. The story below was posted yesterday on social media. So far all we have seen of the Halo TV series is a small teaser, with barely much to look at. Fans of the Halo franchise have been eager to get a further glimpse into what this show is all about. Well, we won’t have too long to wait. One would imagine we will get a better look at Halo once the full trailer releases this Sunday, January 30th during halftime of the AFC Championship Game on CBS and Paramount+, the latter being where Halo will be streamed.

There has been so many false dawns and problems adapting this video game franchise. As a huge fan of the lore through the games and the generally excellent books, I am hopeful. My one worry is that things have been so quiet I’m worried this show just isn’t going to work. Showrunners and cast have been changed around many times and sometimes you just worry the project was perhaps doomed from the outset.

If instead Halo can actually generate the same level of storytelling as the games and books did? Then this could be a huge hit. I’ve wanted a Halo visual franchise for a long time, but I want a decent one. We all know that sometimes when an adaptation happens the core of the story just seems to get lost along the way also.

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I’ll keep my fingers crossed and hope to be blown away by the full trailer for Halo this Sunday.

What do you think of the news Halo the series full trailer gets a release date for this Sunday? What are your hopes for this potential franchise and do you think it will actually be any good? As always, leave any thoughts you got below.

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Campbell Clark

Cam is Senior Editor at LRM Online, and has a passion for all things geeky, including sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book movies.

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