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Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn Part 5 Caps Off The Series In Style

Posted on Friday, November 2 @ 07:55:56 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Halo 4 hits store shelves this coming Tuesday, and to gear up for the game's big release, Microsoft and 343i have put together a video series fleshing out a prominent character in the upcoming game. The fifth and final episode is live now, and let me just say, they've done a terrific job in gearing fans up for the game.

Episode 5 of Forward Unto Dawn is full of action, emotion and everything in between. Aside from the overuse of slow-motion sequences, I really can't complain. By the time the credits started to roll, I found myself wanting more. Hopefully, this isn't the end of this type of Halo content. Who knows, maybe they'll do it again in the lead up to Halo 5?

Let us know what you thought of the episode in the comments below.

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