This Week In Halo: TV Show Trailer, Cortana Not Blue, And 20 Million Players Reached

Not too many people watched Halo Infinite on Twitch, oddly enough. While this could be for a number of reasons, I bet Master Chief is more focused on his TV show than on the game. Never considered him the type to forget his roots, but it doesn’t seem like even John-117 can say no to those big TV wares.

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Halo TV trailer shows Cortana, The Covenant and Master Chief In Action

The first Official trailer for Paramount’s Halo TV series dropped yesterday and we have to see what Master Chief will look like in real life. Aside from Chief battling with two laser swords slicing through the Elites, we get a glimpse of some of the other Spartans, and also Covenant forces like the Brutes and Jackals. It seems that although the show will take the main themes from the games, it will follow its own timeline. The Halo TV series will premiere March 24 on Paramount+. Jen Taylor’s Cortana also made a brief appearance, but fans were a little upset about the fact that she wasn’t blue.

Unhappy fans Cortana isn’t blue in the Halo TV series


You can remove the last eight words of that subheading and it will still be correct. Despite the cool-looking suits, the Warthogs, and the original aliens, a whole bunch of people have problems with Cortana. Why? Because she’s not blue. It wasn’t enough that the same voice actor in the games played the role, but the lack of insight really annoyed some fans. It’s not like they make her look any different, she’s not blue, and that’s clearly an issue for some people. Okay, I’ll just say that out, on to the next topic.

Halo Infinite’s massive team battle may be finally fixed

343 Industries has been trying to fix matchmaking issues with Big Team Battle since before the holidays. Looks like they finally made it a big breakthrough. that will address the core issue affecting BTB playlists,” an update on the Halo Waypoint blog. “The studio ran a successful test today and plans to send it in for certification on Monday.”

Halo Infinite doesn’t kill it on Twitch


While Chief was busy doing badass in his new trailer, he forgot what got him there in the first place. Already as popular as Halo Infinite since its launch, Looks like Twitch doesn’t care. Halo Infinite was the 45th most viewed game on Twitch as of January 2022. It sits right below Red Dead Redemption 2, a game that launched 4 years ago. The five most watched games on Twitch in January were League of Legends (162 million hours watched), GTA5 (140m), Escape from Tarkov (107m), Valorant (70m) and Rust (61m).

Halo Infinite has reached 20 million players since launch

Well, apparently it doesn’t matter what Twitch thinks, because Halo Infinite has reached over 20 million players, the highest of any game in the franchise. The news was first shared by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and then via Halo’s official Twitter account. However, it’s unclear if this includes free-to-play multiplayer, which will represent a large portion of the player base.

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