Halo 2: Game celebrates its 18th birthday

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This week, the Xbox shooter Halo 2 celebrates its 18th birthday, to which we send our heartiest congratulations.

Today we not only congratulate the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on their second birthday, a video game is also one year older.

We’re talking about Halo 2. The first person shooter and sequel to Halo: Combat Evolved was first released in the USA on November 9, 2004 for the Xbox.

The game developed by Bungie with the Master Chief is celebrating its 18th birthday.

We congratulate Halo 2 on a special birthday and thank you for the many memories of a wonderful shooter.

You can play Halo 2 via the Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Xbox and PC, including Game Pass.

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