Channel 4 News' Benjamin Cohen recently got a rare, inside look at Microsoft's Redmond, Washington offices. Part of that access including getting a demo of a voice- and motion-controlled living space. Lucky him!
And that's where Halo 5, of all things, popped up in the unlikeliest of places. Snuggled up beside something about Project Gotham Racing and "Grandma's Room," you'll spot an "Inside Halo 5" selection along with a logo.
Oh man, it's our first look at Halo 5, everyone! Okay, to be fair, the technology in this video piece along with the rest of the reporting is far more interesting than the existence of Halo 5. It hasn't been announced officially, but we already knew something was coming, right? Still, for rabid Halo fans, even this tiniest morsel should get their hearts racing.
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