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Halo Parody Series Red vs. Blue to End after 21 Years with New Feature Release


Halo Parody Series <i>Red vs. Blue</i> to End after 21 Years with New Feature Release

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Halo Parody Series Red vs. Blue to End after 21 Years with New Feature Release

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Published on March 28, 2024

Soldier in Red vs. Blue: Restoration

After twenty-one years, the Rooster Teeth Halo parody Red vs. Blue is officially coming to an end. In a little over a month, the final installment, an eighty-seven-minute feature titled Red vs. Blue: Restoration, will become available for digital purchase and promises to give an ending to the series that started before YouTube was even a thing.

Red vs. Blue takes place in the Halo universe and centers on two teams of soldiers—a Red team and a Blue team—who are in perpetual battle with each other. Their skirmishes under the questionable leadership of Church and Sarge are tinted with comedic, often absurd, moments.

Here’s the nondescriptive synopsis for Restoration:

When the universe’s greatest villain returns in a terrifying new form, old adversaries, the Reds and Blues of Blood Gulch, will have to set aside their differences to save the galaxy one last time.

Warner Bros. Discovery officially shut Rooster Teeth down earlier this month, so this installment—four years since the last one in the series—will likely be the last project from the studio.

Rooster Teeth co-founder Burnie Burns came back to pen the script for Red vs. Blue: Restoration, with Matt Hullum directing the feature.

“I’m thrilled to return for Red vs. Blue: Restoration and to conclude this incredible twenty-one-year journey with our longtime fans,” Burns said in a statement to Variety.

Red vs. Blue has been a cornerstone of Rooster Teeth’s legacy,” added Hullum. “We’re immensely proud of what we’ve accomplished together.”

Red vs. Blue: Restoration is being distributed by Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment and will be available for purchase on digital, with a price tag of $14.99, starting on May 7, 2024. It will be available to rent on digital for $4.99 starting May 21.

Check out the teaser trailer below. icon-paragraph-end

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