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The Halo trilogy, Bungie trilogy, or Covenant trilogy refers to the first three Halo games released by Bungie Studios. The series began with Halo: Combat Evolved, an original Xbox launch title in 2001. It was followed by the launch of Halo 2 in 2004 and then the release of Halo 3 in 2007 on the Xbox 360.

Halo: Combat EvolvedEdit

Main article: Halo: Combat Evolved

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UNSC Pillar of Autumn emerges from Slipspace to find a ring-shaped world. The main character, Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, is aboard Pillar of Autumn when the ship comes under attack by the Covenant, an alliance of aliens and the arch-enemy of humanity. John-117 evacuates the doomed ship for the surface of Halo to protect the Autumn's artificial intelligence, Cortana. John and Cortana learn that Halo is a weapon designed to wipe out all sentient life in the galaxy and the Covenant want to activate it to fulfill a religious duty. To prevent its activation, John destroys Halo and is one of only a few humans to escape.

Halo: Combat Evolved AnniversaryEdit

Main article: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
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Pillar of Autumn screenshot

Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is a remaster of Halo: Combat Evolved developed for the Xbox 360 by 343 Industries and Saber Interactive. It was released on November 15, 2011, the tenth anniversary of the original title's launch. The game features 7 Halo: Reach multiplayer maps remade from previous Halo games, achievements, terminals, Kinect integration, other hidden easter egg goodies, and the ability to play cooperative Campaign over Xbox Live.

Halo 2Edit

Main article: Halo 2
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Promotional artwork for Halo 2

The former Supreme Commander of the Fleet of Particular Justice, Commander Thel 'Vadamee, is judged guilty of failing to protect Halo from being destroyed during the events of Halo: Combat Evolved. 'Vadamee is stripped of his rank, but given the opportunity of redeeming himself by becoming an Arbiter.

Halo 2 Anniversary Edit

Main article: Halo 2 Anniversary

Halo 3Edit

Main article: Halo 3
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Master Chief & The Arbiter

John-117 and Thel 'Vadam in the Kenyan jungle.

On November 17th, 2552, two weeks after the events of Halo 2, John-117 is found in an east African jungle after crashing through Earth's atmosphere.

Halo Games
Halo trilogyHalo: Combat Evolved (Anniversary)Halo 2 (Anniversary)Halo 3
Reclaimer SagaHalo 4Halo: Spartan AssaultHalo: Spartan Strike
Upcoming gamesHalo 5: GuardiansHalo 6
Other gamesHalo WarsHalo 3: ODSTHalo: Reach
Multiplayer expansionsHalo Custom EditionHalo 2 Multiplayer Map PackHalo 3: Mythic
PortsHalo PCHalo 2 Vista
CollectionsHalo: The Master Chief Collection
BundlesHalo Triple PackHalo Origins Bundle
Cancelled titlesHalo: ChroniclesHalo MMOHalo DS

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