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For anyone that has played the Halo: Reach beta you’ll be interested to know that 2.7 million people took part in the beta, which made it the largest video game beta ever. You will also be even more interested to know that a date has finally been given for Reach, September 14. It will ship with three different copies; the standard, limited, and legendary version (legendary being $150). For all you Halo fanatics out there you better make sure you pre-order your legendary copy now, since it will come with a ten-inch-tall, hand-painted Noble Team statue as well as many more extras.
Microsoft seems very confident on the success this game will have going as far as saying “…Halo: Reach will push the boundaries for what's possible in videogames and help make 2010 the biggest year in Xbox history." These are big words, now lets see if they back them up since last year the PS3 out-shined them with their exclusive games.
This is supposedly the last installment to the Halo series ending it before it began but I hope, as sure as many of you do, they continue Master Chief's story without being necessarily tied to Halo. Just no more Covenant or Flood, but keep our two favorite heroes, the Chief and Cortana. We’ll have to see what Bungie plans on doing next. I’m sure their new partnership with Activision means they already have a new game in the works. Whatever game they plan to make next we support them and look forward to playing it.