If you own an Xbox 360, but haven’t started playing the “Halo: Reach” multiplayer beta, then either you’re a very busy person or a very stupid person. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR!
Go stab guys in the back!
Use a Jet-Pack!
Ok, so maybe you avoid that last one. Anyways, if you’re interested, but don’t have a beta code, you can still get one by buying a copy of “Halo: ODST.” The Halo: Reach beta starts today and ends on May 19th. The full game will be released some time next fall.
So the Halo: Reach multiplayer beta opened up to a limited number of users yesterday. For all of you out there drooling at the prospect of playing the game even a second earlier, here are some really nice screenshots. The wide-scale beta opens on May 3rd. The full game, however, won’t drop until some time in September.
This trailer for Halo: Reach shows a lot of new features, from the previously rumored assassination abilities to new things like jet-packs and “headhunter” mode. The multiplayer beta starts May 3’rd; if you haven’t picked up a copy of Halo: ODST, I’d consider running out right now.