This week in Canon Fodder, we take a look at some upgraded UNSC tech and the new trailer for the Halo: The Fall of Reach animated series.
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Awesome to hear 😀!GrimBrother One wrote:It will; things have been slammed around here for obvious reasons, so after launch we plan on catching our breath while catching up on other features like CF Snapshots. That will mean finalizing the ones we've already done and then starting up some new ones.
Think you miss read, the variant pictured is a heavy duty variant of the M274. They look extremely different.
The variants of same type (like Rocket Hog to Rocket Hog or Chain Gun Hog to Chain Gun Hog) are distinguished by gameplay differences and paintjobs. New geo would not really be a super efficient use of resources if you really think about it, especially just for variants such as these. All of the Mongoose/Gungoose models currently in Halo 5: Guardians use the M290 platform.Dirty Rascal wrote:Think you miss read, the variant pictured is a heavy duty variant of the M274. They look extremely different.
Well, I believe the actually the frigate won´t crash into the round. Unfortunately, I haven’t read the book but I am very aware of the battle development and its outcome.FordFalcon1997 wrote:Awesome Canon Fodder as always. Nice to see a visual on both Mendez and Sam. And wow, Sam is tall, like REALLY tall.
Anyway, I have a question regarding the Fall of Reach (novel): When the UNSC Commonwealth was engaging the Unrelenting, it fired a MAC round at a velocity of 30km/s, while in an earlier scene the Commonwealth was moving at 27,000km/s. Is this an error or relative to the Commonwealth? Because otherwise whenever a UNSC frigate is firing its MAC while moving, it would crash into its own round.
I believe it is still a 2-person vehicle, only the gunner is positioned more in the center now. The picture shows the driver hatch with a vertical white line going through it.
The old one used to require a gunner and a driver (unless you were an ODST apparently).