It was fun while it lasted, but the Halo: Reach beta ends today, May 20. The massive effort was facilitated through the blockbuster spin-off from 2009, Halo 3: ODST, and clocked an estimated 3,000,000 players (an impressive mark, considering ODST has sold 5,000,000 units to date).
Halo: Reach is an upcoming title in the insanely-popular Halo series. Featuring a story rooted in the series’ novelization, Reach is looking to bring Halo back to its roots while improving on the famed multiplayer mode. Check out Bungie’s official site here, and stick with MyGamer for more details as they become available.
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