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Thursday, 16 September 2021

Court holds Halo's composer in contempt, ordered to pay Bungie almost $100,000


Eurogamer notes, the case started in 2014 when O'Donnell tweeted that he had been fired from Bungie without reason while working on the music for Destiny. For the game's E3 trailer, Activision had replaced O'Donnell's composition with music from another artist, and Bungie subsequently archived his music.

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