The game that changed the industry forever - a rather brash statement, but one that constantly floats around Halo: Combat Evolved. It's common knowledge that a remake has been discussed, and is probably being worked on as you read this. According to Joystiq, the updated version is well under way and is scheduled to be released on 15 November, ten years after the original.
Sources suggest that Combat Evolved is more than a basic remake; the whole title is being built with new art assets and plans to incorporate a new control scheme, one that's more in line with the recent Halo: Reach. With 1080p resolution and 3D support also a strong possibility, it would appear that Bungie's classic is having an extreme makeover. As far as online capabilities and multiplayer are concerned, not much is known. However, the co-operative campaign is expected to be fully playable with your friends around the globe. One last detail emerged; Combat Evolved mightn't be using the Reach engine, 343 Industries obviously has something else in mind.
The company responsible for the remake, although unconfirmed, could be Saber Interactive in New Jersey. Those alarm bells inside your head should be ringing, because their last project was Timeshift, and that wasn't exactly revolutionary. Of course, this is all speculation for now, but we'll bring you more concrete information when it's available.