One of the sad realities of online games is the fact that, someday, the servers of most games will turn off. That is exactly what you just happened with several classic Halo games released for Xbox 360, including AUREOLE 3, HALO 4, HALO REACH, and more. On January 13 marked the final date on which players could participate in online games in the game, and it is a sad day for many fans. The era of Xbox 360 was good for the franchise and gave the players a lot of fun over the years. Many will miss these games.

The Halo Support Tweet that announces the movement can be found embedded below.

It is difficult to say exactly how many people they still had regularly enjoying these online halo games, although many fans clearly participated in some games before the servers fail. In the answers to the previous tweet, many players shared their experiences during those last hours. Some fans expect to see shared information about exactly how many players were recorded for the last day, although official numbers have not been published, at the time of writing this article.


The modern age of the games has resulted in a series of challenges for the industry in terms of preservation. It is not just servers for online games, but also digital stores. As the video game industry is increasingly tilting towards things like the transmission of games and exclusively digital releases, some games run the risk of getting lost forever. Fortunately, these halo games will continue to be playable, even if your online modes will not be.

Of course, although Xbox 360 servers disconnected, fans of Halo earlier games can still enjoy multiplayer mode online through Halo: the master chief collection in Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC. Experience is not exactly the same, but 343 Industries has kept the spirit of these games alive in an important way, with updates in the graphics. I guess it’s true what they say: the Spartans never die, they just disappear in action!

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