I personally love the Halo series but the game ended (it's main plot really.) i could see another back story like they did in Halo 3 odst, Halo Reach, and Halo Wars. i mean if i where to play it which the chances are very slim i would but i would like it if there was some kind of twist that the spirt of fire is found frozen drifting in space some where and it is your job to save them in one level but nooooo they (Bungie) have to make it all about cortana because on halo waypoint.com how they have a forum page there where many people upset about how cortana was dead. now Master Chief is searching for some known enemy. plus Master chief tecniclly retired when he toke all his armor off in that medical area and Master Chief is in some kind of desert area in the trailer on you tube.
what do you guys think after reading this plus tell this after watching the trailer for the xbox one i found out that it turns on every time you move INFRONT OF IT so think of this you have your new xbox one and you have it on a stand infront of your bed then when you are asleep you turn to one of your sides and it turns one. than you are scared half to death than you will no longer want it in your bedroom.
i know so many things about halo and dragon's dogma dark arisen i could win a trivia contest if there was one.
The Halo series is set in space, there are infinite possibilities for the series' story mode or campaign.
Just figure out a juicy plot with some memorable, outstanding characters that are actually active with their role in the story (something Halo has never been good at), create some crazy looking ETs, have some major intergalactic destruction and war break out somewhere, and the rest is small details that add to the whole.
Halo 3 was the end of the first story arc for sure, and could have potentially been the end to the story; However, Halo 4's plot did not end anything at all. In fact it introduced Lasky, Sara Palmer, Del Rio, the Libraian, and the Didact (of which there are apparently two). Halo 4 perfectly set up the idea of Master Chief breaking away from the UNSC, thinking for himself for once, and searching for a way to revive Cortana. So, I don't know what you're on about, but story wise, Halo 4 certainly didn't end anything at all.