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Monday, 08 October 2007 07:03

Another ?Halo? type game in the works?

Written by David Stellmack
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Bungie is cut loose, but Halo will return

By now everyone knows that Microsoft and Bungie have parted ways. On the heels of the release of “Halo 3” the news did catch most by surprise.

What really is news is the fact that in a recent interview with Brian Jarrard from Bungie, it has been confirmed that another game set in the “Halo” universe is in development. While it is not “Halo 4,” it does represent a collaboration between Bungie and director, Peter Jackson.

The biggest take away from the interview is that “Halo 3” is definitely not the last of the “Halo” type games that will be coming from Bungie.

Read the entire interview here.

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