Kiki Wolfkill executive producer at 343 studios shared How Locke and Master Chief differ from one another. In this interview he said, “He’s getting his own themed Xbox One next week, his controller is already out and he’ll be staged as the contrasting protagonist in this month’s Halo 5: Guardians as he hunts down the iconic Master Chief. Spartan Locke is staged to come into his own as a character with this newest installment to the series, but how that’s going to fold out is a different matter.”
He went on saying “You look at Chief, who is sort of conscripted as a child and became a Spartan not necessarily by choice, and then there’s Locke, who choose to be that kind of person – these contrasts are really very interesting.” The back story with these two guys will be awesome, the need to define Locke as something other than just another cookie cutter in the vein of John-117 is going to be a paramount.
Significantly, Locke is a member of the Office of Naval intelligence and “ONI is a kind of shadow organisation that has its finger on a lot of the events that impact the UNSC and ultimately, the galaxy. What would it mean to take someone from that organisation and have them make the transition to Spartan-don?” posits studio head Josh Holmes in the latest edition of the official Xbox Magazine.
The official release date for Xbox One Elite controller hasn’t been announced however the official release date for the Xbox One Elite controller has been revealed by Amazon, controller will go for sale on October 27, 2015, Yeah! it is available for pre-order now for a standard price i,e $149.99. Well here is the interesting thing, Microsoft is going to release its first Elite controller on the same day of its biggest game which is Halo 5: Guardians.
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