Monday, May 3

Bungie Won't Leave Halo

As advised and from the developer, don't be too worried about Halo: Reach going wild after being released from Bungie's pen, the developer has pledged to support the game post-launch. Though Halo will be in the sole custody of Microsoft when Bungie eventually departs for the company of Activision, Halo: Reach players won't be abandoned like an ugly duckling.

Bungie community director Brian Jarrard says "Microsoft still owns the Halo IP - but we will still support Reach post-release and we have a great relationship with our community, so we want to make sure we keep the game going," from an interview.

Bungie has stated that it expects Reach to be the definitive Halo title, so it's nice that they won't be giving up on it like they were forced to for Halo 2. According to Jarrard: "There will be some portion of the studio focused on Halo: Reach ... But beyond that we will not be working on any more Halo - we will be completely focused on bringing our next universe to light."
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