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Halo 2
Box artwork for Halo 2.
Developer(s)Bungie Studios
Publisher(s)Microsoft Game Studios
Release date(s)
Xbox icon.png
Xbox
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Windows
Genre(s)FPS
System(s)Xbox, Windows
Players1-16
Mode(s)Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB M.png Mature
PEGI: PEGI 16.png Ages 16+
CERO: CERO C.jpg Ages 15 and up
Preceded byHalo: Combat Evolved
Followed byHalo 3
SeriesHalo
WebsiteBungie's official Halo 2 site
Official Halo 2 for Vista site
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Halo 2 is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed blockbuster Halo: Combat Evolved, and features a newly built game engine, the Havok physics engine middleware, new weapons and vehicles, new multiplayer maps, and a storyline that continues the story begun in Halo: Combat Evolved. Halo 2, released for the Xbox game console on November 9, 2004, and its predecessor are both backwards-compatible for the Xbox 360, including its Xbox Live functionality. A Windows version was released in 2007; this was one of the first games to require Windows Vista, although an unofficial patch allows it to run on earlier versions. In 2014, an hd re-release was made for Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

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