Halo Wars 2 Revealed

By 343 Industries -

In 2009, Halo Wars launched and gave the community a new perspective on the Halo Universe. We built and commanded entire armies to take down the Covenant and the Flood. We were introduced to new characters such as Captain Cutter, Serina, Sergeant Forge and of course, Professor Anders. We also duked it out on Xbox Live together, climbing the leaderboards. Halo Wars fans have always inquired about the possibility of a sequel, and today, we are excited to finally pull back the curtain.

We’re working very closely with critically acclaimed developers Creative Assembly to bring you Halo Wars 2 simultaneously on both Xbox One and Windows 10 in the fall of 2016. With an all-new story, new campaign, and robust multiplayer, we can’t wait to dive back into the RTS genre with you. For now, we’re gearing up for the launch of Halo 5: Guardians this fall, but we’ll have plenty more to share on Halo Wars 2 next year. Be sure to head on over to the Halo Wars 2 forum on Waypoint and join the discussion!

Marines, ooh-rah!


Halo 5: Guardians

Clarity Regarding Online Co-op Access

By joshingtonstate -

We’re excited to see all the amazing fan responses to the Halo 5: Guardians Game Informer cover story. The team has been working extremely hard to get us to this point, and it’s been incredibly rewarding to see all the positivity out of the gate around our focus on co-op, the introduction of Blue Team, and, of course, the return of Nathan Fillion as Buck.

Halo 5: Guardians

Game Informer Cover Story

By 343 Industries -

Late last year fans around the world got their first look at Halo 5: Guardians at HaloFest, and then jumped into the Arena themselves with the Multiplayer Beta. Since then fans have been hunting the truth, and they’ve been learning more about the Master Chief as well as the mysteries surrounding he and Spartan Locke. Today, with the help of Game Informer, we’re excited to continue to tell these stories in their latest issue.

Halo 5: Guardians

The Companies You Keep

By Frankie -

Over the years, Halo has enjoyed, or endured, depending on your perspective, all sorts of socially cohesive tools. But back in the day, through the moist mists of time to 2001, Halo wasn’t even online. You see back in 2001, Social Media referred to a dirty old newspaper that four hobos had slept in. Back in the day, actual humans used to put hundreds of pounds of CRT televisions into cars and drive them across town to somebody’s wood-paneled basement, and blow out the circuit breakers by...