New Halo 4 Teaser Trailer Shows Off New Cinematics Drew Hendricks June 18, 2012 Video Games 343 Industries has been hard at work preparing their latest title in their flagship line of games with Halo 4. Making a debut at this year’s E3, a Warthog vehicle was parked before a gigantic wall decorated with high quality stills of Halo 4. A photo booth set up in front, allowing E3 goers the opportunity to have a picture taken in front of the game’s popular combat vehicle, once a photo was taken, a Halo rep came by and gave out a personal photo, as well as emailing a digital copy instantly to their email inboxes. Obviously, Halo 4 was a huge hit at E3, drawing the likes of Epic Meal Time, as well as (rumored) Zachary Quinto, in to playing in the private game demo theater. Rivaling other game demos like Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PlanetSide 2, and of course, Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure Halo 4‘s hype has been snowballing, gaining momentum and rivaling the E3 hype of Activision and Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. With all of this hype circulating, we’ve seen surprisingly very little from studio heads giving the green-light to publish more teaser videos, until now. Debuting a few days ago, this Halo 4 teaser trailer hits at just enough to pique our curiosity. Immediately raising questions like “What is this new battleship? Will we get to fly it ourselves?” and “What will happen to all of these finely decorated marines if I fail?” The latest trailer from Xbox’s YouTube channel shows a lineup of marines preparing for combat, and by the looks of the cinematic below, the graphics have gotten quite a face-lift from the previous Halo titles. Are you as excited as we are for this game to launch? Let us know in the comments. You may also like -Are Gamers Ready To Kinect?Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 Trailer from E3 2010 MichaelHasselbring Bungie? Bungie has nothing to do with Halo anymore. http://www.infotainmentnews.net/ jameshicks @MichaelHasselbring Michael thanks for the heads up. We’ve corrected statement above. Pingback: Politics in Israel » When Did Microsoft Release Halo 3?