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Friday, 02 July 2010 08:19

Microsoft ramps up for another Halo

Written by David Stellmack
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343 Industries adding to team for next title
While the last chapter for Bungie in the Halo saga (which is known as Reach) has not even been released yet, Microsoft is already ramping up their hiring for the team at 343 Industries, the team that will be working on the next Halo offering in the franchise.

Fifteen team members will be added to the team, which are in addition to the nine that were added last month. 343 is looking for a variety of people with a variety of skill sets. The jobs will be in Seattle and are already posted on Microsoft’s jobs site here.

Of course, little is known about where the Halo franchise will go next with 343 at the helm, but it surely will be an excellent chance for those qualified to be a part of Halo history.

You can find out more here.

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