Paramount Plus "Halo" TV Series is expected to arrive this coming 2022. This upcoming game-based television show would surely excite many players since rumors claim it would show the sides of Master Chief that were not shown in the popular action title.
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If this is true, that means that how the gamers see the iconic protagonist could change drastically.
343 Industries' Transmedia Studio Head Kiki Wolfkill discussed some of the challenges they faced during their activities to bring Master Chief out of the game and into the upcoming live-action television series.
"Probably the biggest challenge with adapting the game is, the game is designed to put you in Chief's armor," said the studio head of 343 Industries.
According to Game Spot's recent report, Wolfkill added that all they want for the gamers to do is just sit back and watch the show once it is released.
He explained that they need the players to trust them when it comes to representing the main character so that they would see more sides of him.
'Halo' TV Series Details
Comic Book reported that the game developer's Transmedia Studio Head seems to be confident when it comes to the upcoming live-action series of the popular action title.
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He said that although there are some major challenges during the development stages, the team has no room to panic.
Wolfkill explained that the new "Halo" TV show is a big deal to them since it will allow them to bring something new to the action game's fans. The developer added that they want gamers to see Master Chief differently.
Aside from this, he added that one of his major motivations is just personal, especially his drive to develop something that would amaze "Halo" fans.
In other news, "Dead by Daylight" is also making a huge noise after some rumors claimed that Springtrap and Pinhead could be candidates for the next main killer of the horror title. On the other hand, "Grand Theft Auto" Remastered Trilogy could also arrive.
Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief
Various sources already leaked important details about the upcoming "Halo" TV Series. These include the design of the main protagonist of the game.
Aside from this, the one who would play the role of Master Chief was also confirmed.
The official Twitter page of "Halo" confirmed that Pablo Schreiber would be the one wearing the iconic helmet once the new game-based live-action television show is released on Paramount Plus.
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Written by: Griffin Davis