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Bungie may do another Halo "ten years down the line"


Bungie has told Joystiq that while Halo: Reach is its last game in the series for the foreseeable future, it may consider doing another one "down the line".

"As far as right now, currently, yes. This is our last Halo Bungie game,"lead multiplayer designer Lars Bakken told the site.

"Now in the future, who knows? You can never say never, because things change. maybe ten years down the line we decide to make another Halo game, but for right now, yes. This is it for us."

Previously, Bungie had said it was too "premature" to say if Reach was its final ever game in the series, with community boss Brian Jarrard saying if it were its last attempt at the series, it'd "better damn well make sure that our last game is the best one ever".

A whole slew of multiplayer impressions went live today. Get rounded-up here. Ours from a London event earlier this week is here.

Halo: Reach releases this fall for Xbox 360. Multiplayer beta kicks off in ten days on May 3.

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