Having collated Halo gameplay stats since the launch of Halo 2, Bungie now hands the reigns over to Microsoft and 343 Industries.
In the eight years since it has gathered statistics, Halo fans have racked up more than two billion hours of play time, roughly equating to 235,000 years.
More than 20 billion matchmaking games have been played online, resulting in more than 136 billion kills.
"In the collective time you've spent playing Halo, you could have travelled across the expanse of the Milky Way at the speed of light... and back," reveals Bungie.net.
In a farewell statement to players, Bungie community manager DeeJ said: "We have followed your careers with great interest here on Bungie.net, and you have gifted us a mountain of heroic moments to memorialise.
"It is with a sense of awe that we step back and admire the impact that you have had on our games, and upon our studio. Thanks for sharing your stories with us."
Bungie ended its association with the Halo series last year, more than six months after the launch of Halo Reach.
Announced at last year's E3 event in Los Angeles, Halo 4 will be developed by Microsoft studio 343 Industries. The game will kick off a new Xbox 360 trilogy, following on from the events of Halo 3.
Extensive details about the sequel were revealed late last year, including the Forerunner-built setting, art direction and story.
Halo 4 will be available exclusively on Xbox 360 later this year.
View Bungie's Halo infographic below: