Halo 5 Developers Pay A Moving Tribute

Such a lovely gesture in such a tragedy

Every now and then, developers do something for people that is so caring and kind. In this case 343 Industries stepped up when they heard about a tragic loss, Community member Adam (also known as thecrzedspartan) and his wife Rebecca lost their daughters Trinity and Lena to an electrical fire in their home. The developers decided to pay a tribute to Adam’s family in a way that honors them forever, the release of the Spartans Never Walk Alone pack for HALO 5 is for them and what a beautiful thing to do.

In the pack is an emblem called True Light, this uses the first initial of their two daughters as a mark of respect. This is also the very first animated emblem for HALO 5 so far, no matter what you should use this emblem as much as possible.

True Light emblem

343 Industries then also made a change to the new arena map ‘Torque’, you can now look up to the skys and see the names Trinity and Lena in the stars. These are beautiful and moving gestures in such a sad time, I’m sure I speak for all here when I say my heart and thoughts go out to Adam and Rebecca. 343 Industries have quoted:

These are but small gestures meant to honor Adam’s daughters, ensuring that their memories are always close at hand within the universe he loves

These items will be included in the free update this month for HALO 5, I think the first thing we need to do is use the emblem and then look up to the sky in ‘Torque’ as a mark of respect. If you do these two things, give us a comment below and I’m sure this will help in such a sad time.

Don’t forget, you can always like our Facebook Page, join our Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter for all the latest Xbox One news, reviews and competitions.

Chris 'whyayemincepie' Nash

Gamer dad to three kids, we all act the same age and wouldn't have it any other way. Also managed to get myself the most amazing wife that loves gaming too, plus she puts up with me and my funny charms.

2 thoughts on “Halo 5 Developers Pay A Moving Tribute

Leave a Reply

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.