Bungie to expand ‘Halo 3’

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Bungie, the developer of a little game called Halo, released a new video on their website yesterday that teases a new Halo project. The video, titled “Keep It Clean,” doesn’t include any details but is widely believed to be a campaign expansion to Halo 3. Bungie has released several downloadable map packs for Halo 3‘s online multiplayer mode, but a new campaign would be a more significant addition to the game – and probably a more costly one.

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