“So the choice was clear — the San’Shyuum would have to show themselves and take the galaxy by force.”
Halo: Divine Wind, Troy Denning’s latest novel, sets in motion several things that will have a significant impact on the future of the Halo universe.
From the impending return of the San’Shyuum, to potential connections with Showtime’s Halo TV series, and even the Ark’s ability to fire Halo rings… here’s everything Divine Wind establishes that will come to be important in the future.
Read More Everything Divine Wind sets up for the future of Halo
With Mass Effect: Legendary Edition dropping very soon, let’s look to the future.
As the Milky Way and Andromeda stories are set to collide in some way in the next game, let’s explore which characters from Bioware’s trilogy may still be around over 600 years later…
Read More Every Mass Effect Trilogy character who could be in ‘Mass Effect 4’
“There is a gap in the time line. This is… unheard of. It simply should not exist. An entire event has been erased.”
Kelly Gay’s latest (and greatest) novel, Halo: Point of Light, is a masterpiece of franchise literature that sets its sights on opening doors for future stories – for Halo Infinite and beyond.
Early in the book, Spark and the Ace of Spades crew stop off at Installation 07 (Zeta Halo), where we’re heading to with the Master Chief. Let’s explore everything this return to the most nightmarish of the Forerunners’ wheels sets up for Halo Infinite…
Read More Everything Point of Light sets up for Halo Infinite
“The story is about [Spartans] reclaiming what makes them human…”
Halo: The Television Series is finally on the horizon.
A recent article from Deadline confirmed that the show (produced by Showtime) will premiere on Paramount+ in Q1 2022.
While details are scarce, there’s enough information for us to start forming a solid idea of what the story will actually be about – and I think it’ll be great.
Read More What Halo: The Television Series will be about (and why it’ll be great)
“Reclaimer, the genesong I placed within you contains many gifts…”
At the mid-point of Halo 4, the Master Chief comes face-to-face with the data ghost of the Librarian.
She says that she seeded many hidden “gifts” within humanity, and that the Didact can only be defeated by unlocking this dormant potential in the Master Chief, granting him ‘immunity’ to the Composer.
But, in both Halo 4 and Halo 5, we see hints of other “gifts” awakening, which may also come into play in Halo Infinite…
Read More What the Librarian did to the Master Chief in Halo 4 (and what it might mean for Halo Infinite)
SUBJ>>>>The future of Halo.
The Master Chief Collection is now complete – each major title has come to PC in what stands one of the most spectacular collections of games of this generation.
Alongside each release, 343 Industries has also released a new instalment in a video series named ‘ONI Archives,’ which is an in-universe recap of the events of each game.
These ONI Archives conclude with a short narrative audio drama (not unlike Hunt the Truth) that has slowly unfolded over the last year, and – at last – we know what it’s all about!
Read More ONI Archives story explained – what they mean for Halo’s future
“It was known as Installation 07. It has become a sacred tomb for millions, though some may still live. I do not know.”
It’s been known since 2018, but we have finally received concrete confirmation: Halo Infinite is set on Installation 07, ‘Zeta Halo.’
While this is a brand-new Halo ring for the games, fans of the expanded universe will no doubt be well-acquainted with it from Greg Bear’s masterful Forerunner Saga.
Let’s delve into the known history of Installation 07, and explore why it’s the perfect setting for Halo Infinite.
Read More Why Installation 07 is the perfect setting for Halo Infinite
The Didact did not die at the end of Halo 4.
The Didact did not die during the events of Halo: Escalation.
Contrary to the impression many have, he is, in fact, still out there… somewhere. Where is he? What’s become of him? When might we see him next, and how might he return?
Read More What Happened to The Didact AFTER Halo 4 (and How He Might Return)
We last saw the Didact in the The Next 72 Hours arc of Halo: Escalation, which, puzzlingly, concluded with him being Composed – despite stating in one of Halo 4’s Terminals that it would not work on him.
With his future uncertain, I thought it’d be interesting to reconcile this apparent contradiction and find a satisfying answer to why the Didact can be Composed, and why his probable absence in Infinite might be a good thing for fans of the character.
Read More Why the Didact CAN be Composed and WON’T be in Halo Infinite
Here we are, at the fifth and final story of this little project. This has been a really fun exercise in mixing various critiques I’ve made of Halo 5 over the last three years with more creative expression, writing scenes I’d have loved to see and expanding on some of the ideas found throughout the campaign and […]
Read More The Five Untold Stories of Halo 5 – In Loving Memory of Squad Leader Bibjam