Close your windows, shut your eyes and for the love of god disconnect your internet and turn of your twitter feed and Email applications. Halo 4 has leaked and the internet is all in a buzz over it. As of yet the leak has not been nailed down, and 343 have preferred not to comment on the matter, as yet.
The team who work on the Halo Way point are dolling out advice on how to best avoid spoilers. they advice that you don’t click any link with the word “Halo” in it and to avoid all gaming related sites that publish leaks and rumours. I guess n4g will be taking a hit to their view count over the next handful of weeks.
“If you’re interested in staying spoiler-free, we encourage you to exercise caution when visiting various websites, social networking services, and forums.” The creators add that “Going dark is a customary pre-launch tradition for many gamers, and now may be the time to do that. Thank you to those of you that are reporting the leaks, and we’ll see you Nov. 6.”
This is, of course not the first game to be leaked, nor will it be the last, but when it comes to big selling titles, you really are better of just setting up for a blackout and wait it out, I myself have had one spoiler dropped on me from another journalist, and I would hate for the same thing to happen to you. Stay tuned for any updates regarding the matter and don’t forget to visit the waypoint for regular updates from the waypoint team.