Bungie ViDoc: O Brave New World
The Bungie ViDoc: O Brave New World is the last Halo-related and longest ViDoc made by Bungie. It was released on YouTube on August 3, 2011. It runs for 55:08, and summarizes Bungie's history and future, as well as Halo's creation. Though mostly new footage, it also contains parts from other ViDocs, as well as videos recorded during the early days of Bungie.
The Bungie logo is presented.
A group of pixels form together in a similar way to Gnop! which later transfigure into a timeline which moves between 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1995, 1997/1998, 2001, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2010 simultaneously while showing brief snippets of games Bungie developed in those specific years.
Bungie 20th Anniversary
O Brave New World
Alexander Seropian is seen in a car, which is driving down the streets of Chicago.
Gameplay of Pathways is presented.
Marathon gameplay is presented.
Myth gameplay is presented.
So Our Game Is Called Halo...
Footage of the Pre-Xbox Halo from the Mac World is present.
Oni gameplay is presented.
What Does Not Kill Me
I Wish I Knew How To Quit You
Footage of people playing Halo together in LAN parties are shown.
Clips of Red vs. Blue is present.
Fan-made material, screenshots and videos, are shown.
Video of Warthog Jumping is shown.
More fan-made material is shown.
Third Time's the Charm
The timeline appears at 2007, with a clip of the Halo 3 Announcement Trailer. The Halo 3 logo is then presented.
Footage of Bungie employees having trouble during Halo 3's development is shown.
Clips of Halo 3 launch are present.
Shows footage of fans during Halo 3 launch, ranging from fans reaction during the event to Spike TV interview.
It's Not You It's Me
Once More, With Feeling
The timeline appears at 2010, with a clip of various gamplay snippets and cutscenes from Halo: Reach's campaign. The Halo: Reach logo is then presented.
Varios clips from the launch of Halo: Reach as well as Reach gameplay are shown.
My God, It's Full of Stars
The sun sets on a snowy landscape, and it changes into a symbol. A space aura fades in, and a message from Bungie appears:
Video ends with the shining logo of Bungie's next game, Destiny, and the phrase "Per Audacia Ad Astra" fades in.