First Image of Halo Anime Released

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More Halo news has come in through the San Diego Comic-Con. Microsoft’s announced a seven-part anime based on their popular Halo franchise titled Halo Legends. Shinji Aramaki, director of Appleseed and Appleseed Ex Machina, is managing the project. The first image of the anime has been released at the show (seen above).

343 Studios’ Frank O’Conor explained the anime. “I think the core ‘Halo’ fans will recognize key moments from the universe never shown in the game,” he said. “They’re moments where people wanted more depth. That’s where this fits.”

That’s just about all we got for now. Enjoy the first image.

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