Leaked Report Reveals 343 to Announce Halo World Championship Anime TV Series at E3 2017

 

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Halo developer 343 Industries will announce a Halo World Championship anime TV series at E3 2017, according to a leaked report.

The report, provided to Swallower by an off-the-record source, detailed the entirety of 343’s impending new reveal, from the teaser to a following speech from 343i CEO Bonnie Ross. The teaser will include anime characters playing an anime rendition of Halo 5: Guardians in a competitive Esports setting. The anime series will air on FOX this coming September, but an exact premiere date was not included in the report.

Bonnie Ross’s speech will reveal that the anime series is a replacement for the live action series that was to be directed by Steven Spielberg, according to the report. Furthermore, Ross will reveal that the series will be “family friendly” and will support up to four players on split-screen.

Microsoft’s presentation at E3 2017 will begin at 2 p.m. PDT on Sunday, June 11.

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