Bungie announced today that Halo: Reach will be released worldwide on September 14th (excluding Japan, which will get the game on the 15th). Reach is purportedly Bungie's last Halo entry - the developer is now focusing on a new action series with exclusive distribution from Activision.
The game's recent multiplayer beta yielded a largely positive reaction, though the turnout of around 2.7 million players apparently didn't quite match Bungie's "conservative estimate" of 3 million. We had a good time playing with the new mechanics, andbeing repeatedly killed by readers (the game was cheating, OK?). Did you play it? What did you think?
Above: A segment from our live stream of the Halo: Reach beta, featuring Senior Editor Charlie Barratt getting killed a lot
For more on Halo: Reach, check outall of our previewsof the silly-anticipated prequel, and for a bit of amusing strategy viewage,have a piece of Luke Smith's multiplayer session with his color commentary - the master doesn't disappoint.
May 24, 2010