The video features the Regicide and Infinity Slayer modes, which were newly revealed at E3 2012.
Regicide is a twist on the typical deathmatch where players earn points for kills, but can earn large bonuses for killing the designated king player.
Infinity Slayer brings its own new wrinkle to Halo multiplayer, with ordnance drops distributing random weapons throughout the map at regular intervals.
There will also be Personal Ordnance progression for every player. During each match, players will earn medals for scoring kills, assists, skill shots and completing objectives.
Earning enough points from medals will let the player choose from three Personal Ordnance drop options - two weapons and a power-up.
The Personal Ordnance drops will not offer the most powerful weapons, like rocket launchers, but they will provide higher tier equipment to reward players who earn them.
It was recently revealed that Halo 4 will require 8GB of data for multiplayer.
The game's Longbow map, meanwhile, has been detailed, alongside a collection of screenshots.
Halo 4 was named 'Best Shooter' and 'Best Multiplayer' during Digital Spy's Best of E3 2012 awards.
It will be available exclusively on Xbox 360 from November 6 worldwide.
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