Frankie, the community manager over at Bungie, recently stated in a post on Bungie’s weekly update that Halo 3’s multiplayer modes are already active and being played. According to the post, they are regularly testing the multiplayer modes on both HD and regular televisions to ensure that the game looks great on both types of set. The news that the game’s multiplayer is up and running is significant because it is an indicator that Halo 3 is farther along in its development than Microsoft led everyone to believe at E3. Good news if you ask us. Here’s hoping this means we might see some more footage of the game soon.
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