Doozy concept sketch

The Doozy was a UNSC watercraft that was going to be included in Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2, but was deleted from the games. It is however, seen in the Halo 2 Collector's Edition Video.


Before the watercraft was deleted, it had a chaingun in the back, and to man the chaingun, one had to sit in the "nausea seat," which faced backwards.

Interestingly, in the Halo Editing Kit, there is an option for vehicle types, and one is 'human boat.' This is because Bungie had built in a boat function into the game engine, but the concept was never used.

The Halo Encyclopedia lists a vehicle of the same name which it describes as a modified snowmobile, used for quick movements over snowy ground, particularly for medical transport, messaging, diversionary tactics, and evacuation.[1] Its physical descriptions is otherwise essentially the same as the boat version, noting that the "nausea seat" proved to be more of a hindrance than a help. The Doozy is one of the three vehicles based on deleted material featured in the Encyclopedia, the other two being variants of the Warthog.


  • The Doozy appears very similar to the speeder bikes of Star Wars.

Deleted MaterialEdit

Doozy is part of the Deleted Material cut from the Halo games.

While developing the Halo games, Bungie, 343 Industries and Ensemble Studios have had to cut some content, such as vehicles, gameplay, and story elements, from the final products. Much of this content has been confirmed by videos and commentary in special edition DVDs, interviews with developers, and released concept art.