The five guys went on to discuss details on the past, present and future of Rooster Teeth, including what tools they will use in upcoming productions. While the team is hesitant to jump into Halo 4 on launch -- stating their dissatisfaction with their sudden jump into Halo 2 years ago -- but they are looking into using the Valve Source Filmmaker which Heyman called “an amazing tool.”
Burns and company went on to wax nostalgic over having their voices in Halo 3, showing Red vs. Blue on an IMAX screen, and the early days of Rooster Teeth. Some things have changed, however, and mostly for the better. This was abundantly clear when Elijah Wood joined the panel via Skype.
The panel couldn't get sound from the Skype interview which made for an awkward couple of minutes. This however was part of a practical joke on the audience, since Wood was actually present at the show. He came up and joined the panel on stage.
“I heard about the show peripherally because I'm a gamer and I like Halo.” When he was offered the role of Sigma in Red Vs. Blue he said, “That’d be awesome!”
Going forward, Rooster Teeth plan to make Break Room into a series (despite comparisons to Disney's upcoming Wreck-It Ralph) and start a Let's Play series.
Even though Rooster Teeth continues to grow, the guys still have enough self-defacing humor and crude commentary in them to stay true to their roots. Whatever those roots may be.
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