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Saturday, 06 October 2007 13:40

Bungie officially divorcing Microsoft

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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But Halo is still Xbox exclusive

 

Microsoft said yesterday that they're parting ways with their golden goose, Bungie. Bungie is the studio that spawned Halo series, and Halo 3 alone has sold over 5 million copies so far.

Apparently, the question of splitting was solely based on the creative standpoint, meaning the company wanted to work for themselves.

However, since Halo was exclusive to XboX, future of XboX does not look so bright. Halo was the game that was supposed to save Microsofts bacon, and it did, but as Wii continues to wreak havoc on the market, there stays a question of – how to save their bacon in the future?

You can read more here.

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