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The Reclaimer Saga is the saga following Halo 3. The saga began with Halo 4, which was released on November 6, 2012. The saga will continue with Halo 5: Guardians in the fall of 2015 and Halo 6 sometime after.
- Main article: Halo 4
- “Set in the aftermath of Halo 3, Master Chief returns to confront his own destiny and face an ancient evil that threatens the fate of the entire universe. Halo 4 marks the start of a new trilogy that begins with its release in 2012.”— Official summary
In Halo 4, John-117 returns as the protagonist after three Halo games focusing on different characters. Having been lost in space in the finale of Halo 3, John-117 and Cortana, adrift aboard the wreckage of UNSC Forward Unto Dawn, find themselves near Requiem, the planet first seen in the Legendary ending of Halo 3.
Halo 5: GuardiansEdit
- Main article: Halo 5: Guardians
- “An unstoppable force threatens the galaxy, and the Master Chief is missing. An epic story and two new multiplayer modes mark the greatest evolution in Halo history.”— Official summary
- Main article: Halo 6
- The Reclaimer Saga is the first set of games to introduce the Prometheans, artificial intelligences made by the Forerunners.
- The Reclaimer Saga was originally known as the Reclaimer Trilogy. However, according to Microsoft's Phil Spencer, Microsoft "expanded this to more of a saga, so we don't want to limit the Reclaimer story within a trilogy."
- The Halo 4 Limited Edition says "The Reclaimer Saga Begins" on the back of the sleeve.
- ↑ Halo Waypoint - Halo 4 Panel Opening Video
- ↑ Wikia interview with Kiki Wolfkill
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Halo Waypoint - Halo 4
- ↑ YouTube - Halo Fest 2011 - Halo 4 Discussion! PART 3
- ↑ Halo 4 teaser trailer - Awakening
- ↑ Halo Waypoint - Halo 5: Guardians
- ↑ Gamespot - The new Halo "Reclaimer" trilogy is no longer a trilogy. Now a "saga."