Microsoft has been obtaining Halo domain names for a few years now. Halo2, Halo3, and are all owned by Microsoft Corporation with being purchased in 2011. The previous owner of could only say that he could not disclose any terms of the agreement; the assumption being he got A LOT of money.


Halo 4 releases on 11/6.,,,, and are not owned by Microsoft Corporations. However, according to Fusible, this week Microsoft acquired the following domains:



Microsoft acquired the domain names through the brand protection company MarkMonitor. As the terms behind the purchase of could not be disclosed it is unknown if or how much money the previous owners of these domains received.

This clearly means that Microsoft has further plans for the Halo franchise. This could mean further games or simply web content. Continuing the games through Halo 9 could become a bit excessive, and hopefully further games would not kill the series. The excitement behind Halo 4 needs to die down before further speculations are made.


Megan Bethke, NoobFeed.

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  • halo 4 needs to be released to see if they screwed up the series thats what they need to do. i really dont want an infinite series to be made out of halo. they are already milking it toooo much...kinda like COD

    Posted Sep 18, 2012

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