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Fall of ReachEdit
- Main article: Fall of Reach
On August 30, 2552, the Aszod ship breaking yards would become the last extraction site on the Eposz continent. It would also be where the UNSC Pillar of Autumn was docked before it would leave for Installation 04.
Following the end of the war, Sinoviet began manufacturing the Autumn-class heavy cruiser. Sinoviet would also begin to design components for Second Generation MJOLNIR Armor. An example would be the LCX-20V1 sight for the Scanner Armor.
- HM 1220 LTUV-M
- Paris-class heavy frigate
- Autumn-class heavy cruiser
- Stalwart-class light frigate
- Halberd-class destroyer
- Epoch-class heavy carrier
|Reach||New Alexandria||Sinoviet Center||Office Building|
|Aszod||Aszod ship breaking yards||Shipbreaking and repair yards|
|Unknown||Naval Yard AS-9||Shipbuilding yard|
|Earth||Voi||Traxus Factory Complex 09||Storage Site|
- The name of the company comes from the words Sino and Viet, which are also names for China and Vietnam respectively, leading to the logical conclusion that the company is based in Southeast Asia. Also supporting this is the fact the top floor of the Sinoviet Center on Reach has an Oriental theme.
- The Sinoviet box can be seen on The Storm level in Halo 3, and in its following level Floodgate. The Sinoviet logo can also be found on the sides of a few cylindrical tanks on the level Crow's Nest. A Sinoviet-owned building can also be seen in Halo 3: ODST.
- The layout of the top floor of the Sinoviet Center in the Halo: Reach campaign level New Alexandria is modeled after the Halo 2 multiplayer map Ivory Tower, for use in the multiplayer map Reflection.
- ↑ Halo 4: The Essential Visual Guide - page 229
- ↑ Halo: Reach - Level: New Alexandria
- ↑ Halo: Reach - Level: The Package
- ↑ Halo: Reach - Level: The Pillar of Autumn
- ↑ Halo Waypoint: Canon Fodder - En Voyage
- ↑ Halo 4: The Essential Visual Guide - page 181
- ↑ Halo 3: ODST - Level: Mombasa Streets
- ↑ Halo 5: Guardians - Map: Empire