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Halo 2

Developer(s)

Bungie Studios

Publisher

Microsoft Studios

US date released

November 9, 2004

Genre  

First-Person Shooter

Game modes

ESRB rating

Mature (M) for Blood and Gore, Language, Violence

Platform(s)

Designer(s)

Writer(s)

Joseph Staten

Composer(s)

Media

  • DVD
  • PC-DVD

Website

Bungie.netHalo 2 Project Page==Introduction== “Earth will never be the same.” Halo 2 Tagline.

Halo 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie Studios for the Xbox video game console and its forward-compatible with the Xbox 360. It is the second installment of the Halo trilogy and the sequel to Halo: Combat EvolvedHalo 2 features a newly-built graphics engine with the addition of new elements to the game. Halo 2 was one of the most successful and actively played video games for the original Xbox console, with 8.46 million copies sold as of November 2008. The game's online servers were discontinued on April 15, 2010, when the original Xbox Live services were shut down.

Halo 2 was ported to the PC as Halo 2 Vista. The Campaign and 6 of its multiplayer maps were remastered as part of Halo 2: Anniversary in Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One.