Bungie remark it’s “premature” that they won’t make another Halo

February 23, 2010 by Alex Seedhouse  
Filed under Previews
Despite previous belief that Halo: Reach would be the last title within the celebrated universe designed by Bungie, today brings news that such a statement may not be entirely true.
In an interview with CVG, Brian Jarrard, Community Lead at Bungie, has revealed that Halo: Reach won’t necessarily be the last in the series from them.
It was back in 2007 that Bungie decided to become independent so that it could begin to work on other projects unrelated to the infamous franchise. This led to Microsoft approaching Ensemble Studios to develop a real-time strategy game for the Xbox 360 based upon the Halo series, which led to the creation of Halo Wars for Xbox 360, released in February last year.
“You know, it might be premature to say we’ll never ever, ever make a Halo game again. We sort of have a little special place for Halo in our hearts. But for the foreseeable future, this [Halo Reach] is it.”
Further to this he adds, “If we don’t ever come back to Halo again, we better damn well make sure that our last game is the best one ever. Let’s set that bar really high and at least leave our fans something really special.”
Source: computerandvideogames.com via OXM.co.uk


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