A new website known as Mission Icefly has popped up on the internet, looking for test subjects, and if the rumors are true — it’s got something to do with Halo 4.

The site, which features a rather lengthy warning, along with a spot to sign in and take a pretty psychedelic questionnaire popped up recently and has everyone guessing just what it could be.  Here’s where things get interesting. The site is reportedly registered to the same team who created the iheartbees.com alternate reality game for Halo 3.  A rumor also suggests that select people were given motorized ice flies at the Microsoft press conference at this year’s E3.

One Bungie.net forum user reports that he signed up for the ARG and has already recieved his packet. “I received my package a few days ago. It contained one of the helicopter-LEDs that were dropped, and another slip of paper. It read: 

“We are both creatures of the senses, you and I – we inhabit the same reality, simmering just below the perceivable world.


(The design of the paper which the LED is attached to allows it to glide and spin in the air, like a helicopter)

The site has also been updated with a number of US Cities. The cities included are Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Portland, Dallas, Washington D.C., Nashville, Chicago, Denver, Orlando, Seattle, Boston, New York, San Francisco, and Atlanta. No clue what the cities mean, but we’ll keep you updated.

So, what do you we know for sure? Absolutely nothing. Stick with Blast for more.

(Thanks Zac)



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