Bungie moves into mobile

Halo developer releases iOS app and hints at more

Bungie has announced Mobile on its official site calling it a "first, small step into the mobile world. The first of many."

The app allows Halo: Reach players to check their stats and keep up to date with Bungie news, operating in a similar way to FPS stat trackers mooted by both EA and Activision.

"It really is just a beginning - our first, super cute baby step. We already have adult-type plans to keep updating Mobile with new features and enhancements in the months and years to come." Mobile is a free service and is available in the Apple App Store now.

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Frankie Kang Producer / Consultant, First Post LLC6 years ago
Hmmm...Bungie MMO + iOS.
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Rick Cody PBnGames-Board Member 6 years ago
I like that idea, Frankie. Providing a more core-gamer friendly control input becomes available for iOS (that's assuming Bungie would make more of a core game)
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