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Halo’s Arbiter could be set for Killer Instinct Season 3

Microsoft has released a new trailer for Killer Instinct Season 3, and it seems to be teasing Halo’s Arbiter as a playable fighter.

Killer Instinct Season 3 is set to launch in March 2016, and it could be bundled with a few surprising new characters.

A recent trailer released by Microsoft features a short gameplay clip from Halo 5: Guardians, concluding with Arbiter wielding his iconic energy sword towards the viewer.

The trailer itself is incredibly brief, giving away absolutely no details on Arbiter’s character in Killer Instinct.

Related: Halo 5: Guardians Review

Arbiter won’t be the first guest character to come to Killer Instinct, and he likely won’t be the last either.

During E3 2015, developer Double Helix Games announced that Rash from Battletoads would be coming to the game as playable fighter.

We imagine Arbiter will receive an updated character design, along with a series of attacks inspired by his weapons in the Halo franchise.

Related: Xbox One Review

Killer Instinct Season 3 is slated for release in March. The fighter will also be coming to Windows 10 alongside Gears of War: Ultimate Edition in 2016.

What characters would you like to see in Killer Instinct? Personally, we’d love to see Joanna Dark or Lara Craft make an appearance.

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