Halo 5: Guardians' campaign was given a lengthy demonstration at Microsoft's E3 2015 press event. In the footage, a squad of four players in co-op blast through a dimly lit sci-fi setting. The latest in the Halo franchise appears to have an even greater focus on cinematic moments, with the character falling off ledges, unleashing flashy attacks, and being grabbed by a big bad enemy without triggering a discrete cut-scene.
The multiplayer mode was also shown, emphasizing its grand scale. The new mode Warzone resembles the Battlefield series, with characters using a variety of air and land craft to destroy one another.
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Halo 5: Guardians launches for Xbox One on October 27th — stay tuned to The Verge for more coverage throughout the week.