|Red vs. Blue Episode|
|Airdate||August 6, 2010|
- A Red soldier
- An alien
Sarge explains that the Red vs. Blue cast are gearing up for the new Halo game, Halo: Reach and gives an example of an increase in alien species, where an Alien and a Red soldier are seen chasing each other for the Red Flag. Grif gives an example of how the increased graphics can give you pixels that weren't there before, with Sarge then explaining that your voice may also change thanks to the new Firefight voices. Grif adds that social presure may occur like wearing the right armor and playing on the "cool" maps. Sarge states that moving to a new prequel can be confusing for anyone and because of this, Gamestop will have an event called "Halo Fest". Sarge explains that Halo Fest will explain everything about the upcoming changes in Halo: Reach and adds that there will be a contest and prizes. For instance, if you pre-order Halo: Reach at Gamestop you can enter a code in for a chance to win one of the Life-Size Statues of Noble Team that was displayed at the E3. Grif tells the viewer to go to Gamestop.com/halofest and states that the viewer not worry as they're not alone. Sarge then says unless they don't have internet connection, in which Grif adds that they are totally alone.
Fade into Grif and Sarge standing next to each other
Sarge: Hello, I'm Sarge from the popular web series Red vs. Blue.
Grif: And I'm Private Grif from the same show.
Sarge: Everyone here at Red vs. Blue is gearing up for the big changes coming in Halo: Reach.
Grif: Moving to a new game can be a challenging time in any young video game characters life.
Sarge: For example you may find yourself experiencing an increased interest in alien species.
Cut to an Elite holding a red flag running away from a red soldier.
Alien: Wort, Wort, Wort.
Unnamed Red Soldier: Hey! Come back with that!
Sarge: Heh, Heh.
Grif: Or due to increased graphics, you may notice pixels where you didn't have pixels before. Don't worry, this is normal.
Sarge: Or your voice may be changing. Because they added that option in Firefight mode.
Grif: There may even be new social pressure to wear the right armor and hang out in the "cool" maps.
Sarge: All and all, moving to a new prequel can be a confusing time for anyone, that's why Gamestop is holding Halo Fest, a place where Halo fans can learn about the upcoming changes to expect as they move to Halo: Reach. There's contest and prizes, you could even win a life size spartan statue when you Pre-Order at Gamestop.
Grif: Just visit Gamestop.com/halofest. And remember, you're not alone.
Sarge: Right, unless you don't have an internet connection.
Grif: Oh yeah, then you're alone, totally alone.