Halo: Microsoft registered Halo: The Endless, a new brand related to the Master Chief saga. The registration application took place on December 3rd of this year, being later updated on the 7th, the day before the release of Halo Infinite.
The information was shared on Twitter by user Aggiornamenti Lumia, who found the new trademark registered by MS on the Justia website. Apparently, the record would be linked to several different media, such as games, movies, TV series and even radio shows.
A television series based on the world of the franchise is due to receive its first trailer tonight during The Games Awards 2021 event. The TV series will have actor Pablo Schreiber, the Mad Sweeney of American Gods, in the lead role as Master Chief. The show will air exclusively on the Paramount+ streaming service and is scheduled to be released in early 2022.
HALO: THE ENDLESS – Trademark Detailshttps://t.co/gMuFQPDM9S
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) December 9, 2021
The latest title in the Halo series hit stores yesterday, December 8th, with the release of Halo Infinite. Exclusive to Microsoft and available in the Xbox Game Pass catalog, the game is an open-world adventure with versions for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.
The new game would have gone through a quite troubled development period, needing to stop being a launch title for next-gen Xbox platforms, but since it hit stores it has been extremely well accepted by audiences and critics alike.