Halo Reach: Bungie DLC after release despite Activision deal

By Alan Ng - May 3, 2010

Following on from the news that Bungie has signed a 10 year deal with Activision, the developer has stated that they will continue to support Halo Reach on the Xbox 360 after release.

As reported from VG247, Halo Reach will be Bungie’s last Halo title, as future titles will now be handled by Microsoft – with the company likely to announce a new developer for their franchise soon.

In a recent interview with Develop, community manager Brian Jarrard had this to say on the matter: “Microsoft still owns the Halo IP, but we will still support Reach post-release and we have a great relationship with our community.”

So there we have it. If you were worrying that the game wouldn’t be receiving any Bungie DLC after release later on this year, think again.

Let us know your thoughts on this. Sad to see them leave or happy with a new direction for the game?

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