If you liked any of Quantic Dreams' previous titles, or are a fan of pick-a-path adventure titles like those from Telltale Games, I'd say the Playstation 4 version of Beyond: Two Souls will bring a decent amount of joy. The story is a little slow throughout, and it often feels like an interactive cutscene, but the graphics are good, the choices are interesting, the acting is great, and overall I feel the journey is more than worth the price of entry.
For fans of the franchise, I'd say it's worth your time, but it could be a tough entry point for newcomers. As for fans of Halo's multiplayer, I think there's more than enough to sink your teeth into, and at this point all I can say is that Halo 6's campaign can't come soon enough - but I'm sure Warzone will tide me over until then.
Truth be told, I enjoyed my time with The White March - Part One. It was a great reason to jump back in, and while it's not as grand as some of the RPG expansions we've had for other games in this genre (see Baldur's Gate: Throne of Bhaal), it was still a good experience, and one that works almost seamlessly into a new player's playthrough of the main game.
Episode 5 has it's flaws, and as I've said, there is a quite a bit of what felt like filler content, but as a lead-in to the finale, it left us with numerous cliffhangers, and a gloriously tough decision that is sure to make what's up next a ton of fun.