Judging by a Bungie talk at the Game Developers Conference, the company may be faced with a communications problem. It turns out there's more Halo 3
to come from Bungie, despite the proclamation that the ODST expansion would be the developer's last hurrah on the project.
took two and a half years to make, and we're still working on it", said
Bungie producer Allen Murray in a talk on his studio's production process. "We'll probably be working on it for two more years."
Back in February Brian Jarrard, community director for Bungie, said
, "...we are viewing the ODST
campaign and the included multiplayer maps as the final exclamation point in our ongoing efforts to extend the Halo 3
experience."Halo 3: ODST
is due out this year. That, in case your maths skills are a bit lacking, is decidedly less than two years away. Either someone at Bungie's changed their mind about Halo 3
, or one of these guys is... well, wrong.
In his talk, Murray noted that Bungie has just finished a crunch on ODST
and another, unnamed project.Earlier in the week
, Microsoft announced that the Mythic Map Pack Halo 3
DLC will be with us on April 9th.