Halo: Reach days from being "content complete"

"We are just days away from being content complete," revealed Halo: Reach's creative director Marcus Lehto. "This is the time when we start closing down and begin the polish phase."

Lehto's announcement comes less than two weeks before the highly anticipated game's multiplayer beta is released to Xbox LIVE on May 3. The multiplayer beta will only be available to owners of Halo 3: ODST with an Xbox LIVE Gold Account. 

On Monday, Bungie predicted the multiplayer beta could have up to 3 million testers. Halo: Reach will also be Bungie's last game for the Halo series which it began in 2001. New games for the Halo franchise will be made by Microsoft subsidiary, 343 Industries. Halo: Reach is expected sometime in Fall this year. 

Bungie has just released this new trailer showing off the new weapons, gametypes and maps coming to Halo: Reach. 

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How come some people above care what other people play? Wouldn't it be easier for them to just NOT buy it? I was trying to think of the reasons why anyone who I DON'T know (and even know) would care at the very least what I play? I am not worried about what others play so why should the worry about me?

Not that I'm really that interested in Halo but it would be nice if Halo 3 came to the PC to conclude the series.

You know, now that people made crack available to 360 DLC, there's no way they are stopping people from getting it at torrents.