As Bungie transfers control over the Halo franchise to 343 Industries this year, Bungie's taking its first steps forward without Master Chief, starting with the launch of an iOS application called Bungie Mobile and teasing details on Bungie Aerospace, a mysterious thing the studio's been filing trademarks about for a while.
Right now, the iOS application only pulls statistical data for Halo: Reach, keeps you updated on the latest Bungie news, and look up other people by their gamertags.
More is coming, though.
"It’s our first, small step into the mobile world. The first of many," said community content writer Eric Osborne. "It really is just a beginning--our first, super cute baby step. We already have adult-type plans to keep updating Bungie.net Mobile with new features and enhancements in the months and years to come."
The studio has said less about Bungie Aerospace, which will be revealed during Bungie Day. The festivities surrounding Bungie Day actually begin on June 23 and eventually conclude July 7.
"We're going to tell you, in explicit detail, exactly what Bungie Aerospace is all about," said Osborne.
What you shouldn't expect, however, is a reveal of Destiny--if it's called that. Not yet.