In these difficult times of cramped hard drives and a gaming influx, there's a temptation to delete things as soon as they become redundant - this, as it turns out, may be a mistake. Users who have held onto last year's Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta client have been able to see snippets of information as it continues to be updated for private testing.
As a result, industrious users have grabbed screens of Warzone mode's menu screens (above), as well as grabbed a healthy chunk of Kazuma Jinnouchi's moody new take on the Halo theme and more from the main menu (below). No one was able to actually enter a game, it seems, but this is our first look at what could be the menu architecture for the game - seems space-y.
A Microsoft spokesman told Polygon: "It's unfortunate when work-in-progress content leaks, but this Halo 5: Guardians content is part of our ongoing private, external testing for multiplayer. We will continue to rigorously test Halo 5: Guardians to ensure the best possible experience for fans at launch."
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