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Geoff Keighley Teases New Halo TV Series Ahead Of The Full Trailer Reveal At The Game Awards 2021

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The first full length trailer for the much anticipated Halo TV Series will be revealed at The Game Awards, on Thursday.

Fans have long awaited a TV or movie series that is based on the Halo universe. And it is finally happening! Paramount will be making it happen. And the first full trailer for the Halo TV Series will be revealed at The Game Awards 2021, on Thursday.

The upcoming TV series that will be arriving on Paramount Plus in 2022, has been simply titled Halo. And while the details regarding the series which teased, only a few days back, have been scant, we hope that the trailer reveal at The Game Awards on Thursday, will be more than making up for it.

The Halo TV Series Will Premiere On Paramount Plus In 2022

A few days back, Paramount teased the Halo TV Series via a tweet. You can check the same, in the tweet embedded above. And now with this new revelation from Geoff Keighley (check below), don’t be too surprised if you see the Master Chief gracing the red carpet with Keanu Reaves or even takeing the floor with Sting, and shaking a leg!

Paramount is leaving no stones unturned and no expense spared to deliver the Halo TV Series and as of now, we can only day dream about the upcoming series and look forward to The Game Awards on December 9, 2021 at 8:00 PM Pacific Time.

The Game Awards is an annual event held to honor and recognize all the contributions that are made, all around year, in the video gaming industry. First held in the year, 2014, the yearly event witnesses some of the best in the world of gaming being recognized and honoured, in a ceremony that could very well be termed as the Oscars for the industry. Read more about the event, here.

The Game Awards 2021 will be streamed live from the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, on December 9, 2021. Unlike last year, this year the event will be in person. However, the attendees would be invite only. The event will be streamed live from the official Twitch and YouTube channels. In addition to that, there will also be direct feeds on the social media sites, such as on TikTok, Twitter and even on Facebook.

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