FFG-201 (Breaker)

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This article is about The vessel featured in the Halo Infinite map Breaker. For other frigate with the hull code FFG-201, see UNSC Forward Unto Dawn.
An overview of the frigate setting of the map Breaker.
FFG-201's final resting place in the shipbreaking yards on Camber.
Ship history
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Mulsanne-class light frigate[1]


UNSC Navy[1]


SinoViet Heavy Machinery[2]


Some time prior to c.2560[1]


Decomissioned in the Chiltift Basin shipbreaking yards, Camber.

General characteristics


UNSC frigate


1,496 feet (456 m)[2]


469 feet (143 m)


620 feet (190 m)


0.9 million tonnes[2]

Power plant:

Fusion reactor

Maneuver drive:

Fusion drive

Slipspace drive:

Shaw-Fujikawa Translight Engine


Titanium-A armor



FFG-201 was a Mulsanne-class light frigate in the service of the UNSC Navy during the post-Covenant war era.[1] The ship's hull code is identical to that of the Charon-class light frigate UNSC Forward Unto Dawn, which played an instrumental role (and was ultimately destroyed in) the Battle of Installation 00 - ending the Human-Covenant War. The FFG-201 hull code is likely a reuse in order to inherit Forward Unto Dawn's legacy.[4]

Service history[edit]

FFG-201 served in the UNSC Navy between the Mulsane-class' launch in 2553,[2] and its eventual decommissioning in the following years. By 2559-2560, the ship had been grounded in the Chiltift Basin shipbreaking yards on Camber - with these yards later becoming the site of a raid by Spartans Sigrid Eklund and Hieu Dinh around this time.[5]

Production notes[edit]

FFG-201 is featured as the setting of the Halo Infinite multiplayer map Breaker, first introduced in Season 02: Lone Wolves. It shares its hull classification symbol with UNSC Forward Unto Dawn, a vessel first introduced in Halo 3 and later prominently featured in Halo 4. Forward Unto Dawn is canonically a Charon-class light frigate, while the FFG-201 found in Halo Infinite is a Mulsanne-class frigate - a distinctly different vessel. It is unclear whether this label is simply intended as an Easter egg or as a distinct canonical inclusion; early stages of the map's production showcase the FFG-201 logos as a deliberate element that was kept from pre-production to final art pass, indicating that the inclusion was deliberate on the part of 343 Industries. According to older Canon Fodder posts, UNSC ships may reuse hull codes in order to "inherit" the identity of more storied vessels - in the case of FFG-201, this may indicate it was deliberately chosen to inherit Forward Unto Dawn's legacy.[4]


List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Halo Infinite, multiplayer map Breaker
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition), page 121
  3. ^ Halo Waypoint, Canon Fodder - Legendary Endings (Retrieved on Dec 14, 2021) [archive]
  4. ^ a b Halo Waypoint, Canon Fodder - Sweet Centennial: "Are UNSC hull numbers consecutive? e.g. is FUD 106 FFGs “older” than Aegis Fate?
    Within a series, generally. But number sequences can be skipped for various reasons (planned ships that never get produced, bureaucratic maneuvering, etc) and older numbers reused for new ships in order to “inherit” the identity of a particular storied vessel."
    (Retrieved on Sep 24, 2021) [archive]
  5. ^ Halo Infinite marketing, Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves Intro Cinematic