A USA Today report issued today reveals that Halo 3: ODST, Bungie’s latest Halo project, has sold a whopping 2.5 million units since launch, and details plans for all things Halo moving forward.
Lifetime sales of all Halo games, after the 2.5 million from ODST, jumped to over 27 million, but the leaders of the Haloverse won’t let it stop there.
The USA Story makes an argument that the Halo universe will soon overtake the epic and aged Star Wars franchise through not only games, but lots and lots of Halo spin-off projects.
Where is Halo headed in the future? The paper points to these impending spin-offs as a reason why the franchise is still alive, breathing, and dominating. These are the known non-game projects due out.
Halo: Reach, the Halo: Blood Line comic series, Halo Legends, Halo Waypoint, the Halo: Evolutions novel, more McFarlane toys, and well, not new, but the Mountain Dew line from back in the day.