Well at one part of the trailer the inside of a Pelican is shown, and it seems to be heavily damaged (broken cockpit window frames, loose wires, bent metal, steady beeping). Seems to be crashed although we don't see the outside or a zoom out of a possible crash site. Just bright sunlight filtering through the window.Good point, I shouldn't specify any of the Halo rings since he didn't. But still begs the question; what evidence do we have that they've crashed down?seanonix wrote:He just said Halo tho he didn't say installation 07. Cuz it's a Halo in the trailerNope, I meant this BOLD point specifically in his response.SBTTLS wrote:I believe you quoted the wrong response on this thread. I can only assume that they are going off of the decoded Morse code from the trailer for the SlipSpace engine.Not disputing you or anything, but where do we get the image that it appears we'll crash onto 07?ran and shai wrote:How is killing more than half of the newly established characters in one fell swoop just to go for some nostalgia "opening new possibilities"?
There is no justification in the story to do a 1-1 retread of Halo CE, or to try and make the Created arc into the Great War. This is a new part of the story and it must be different. Yes, we'll be on a Halo again. Yes, it appears we'll crash down *que CE vibes*, but killing off the entire crew of the Infinity (including pretty much every character 343i has created for the series) will be entirely counterproductive.
Though to be honest, I also wouldn't be surprised.
The marines popping smoke, the chief out to support/retrieve/recon them or the area or whatever they're carrying could all be for any number of reasons and I can't see any implication of the Infinity, or any other ship, having crashed there.
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Halo Infinite Plot: Infinity ship destroyed