Showtime and Steven Spielberg's Halo TV series won't be based on the Xbox video games and it may not even premiere until sometime in 2020.
Showtime confirms Master Chief will be the lead of their live-action Halo TV series, produced by Steven Spielberg, just as he did in the games.
Halo Infinite developers Jeff Easterling and James Bachici go on record that there will be no Battle Royale mode in the upcoming game.
The Halo live-action TV show at Showtime gets the green light, with the project setting a showrunner to bring the 10-episode season to life.
Xbox President Phil Spencer is teasing 15 different game reveals during Microsoft's E3 press conference, which could mean triple-A and indie games.
Here are all the video game announcements and reveals to expect for the Xbox One at Microsoft's pre-E3 2018 press briefing on Saturday, June 10.
Bungie secures a $100 million investment from Chinese internet company NetEase to work on a new project outside of their Activision deal for Destiny.
As 343 Industries attempt to shut down ElDewrito's Halo Online mod, Phil Spencer teases that classic Halo games could be coming to the PC soon.
How is it we've gotten Hitman and Tomb Raider reboots before Metal Gear Solid and Mass Effect? Why fast-track Rampage when they could have made Halo?
Showtime and Steven Spielberg's long-awaited live-action Halo TV series, based on Microsoft's game series, is expected to start filming in fall 2018.
Showtime has confirmed that Steven Spielberg's live-action Halo TV series is still in "very active development," and scripts have been produced.
Microsoft Studios states that Steven Spielberg's previously announced live-action Halo TV series with Showtime is still in development.