Halo Encyclopedia (2022)

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Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition)
Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition) cover art


Cover artist(s):



Dark Horse[1]

Publication date:

March 29, 2022[1]


Nearly 500 pages[1]


The Halo Encyclopedia is an upcoming reference book set to be published on March 29, 2022 by Dark Horse in conjunction with 343 Industries. The book is a successor to the previous Halo Encyclopedia released in 2009, and features numerous custom-made pieces of artwork by both 343 in-house artists and several images and designs created by the fan mod Sins of the Prophets.[1]

The book will include elements from across two decades of Halo history, including content from Halo Infinite.[1]

Official summary[edit]

In the 26th century, humanity relentlessly continues their fight for survival, an enduring conflict set against the backdrop of the enigmatic and ancient ringworld known as Halo.

The universe of Halo is remarkably vast in scale and astonishingly elaborate in detail, telling rich stories filled with bold characters, breathtaking worlds, and thrilling conflicts. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Halo, Dark Horse and 343 Industries have teamed up to deliver the most definitive guide to the universe thus far. Spanning over a hundred millennia and encompassing over a hundred thousand light years, the Halo Encyclopedia captures two decades of storytelling with stunning, never-before-seen art and the most detailed exploration of the universe’s many characters, worlds, and technologies to have ever been created.[2]



  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Halo Waypoint, Canon Fodder - Master Class (Retrieved on Jul 12, 2021) [archive]
  2. ^ Amazon, Halo Encyclopedia (Retrieved on Jul 20, 2021) [archive]