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Halo Reach’s Multiplayer Gameplay Finds Its Way to Internet from the Final PC Flight

Halo Reach’s Multiplayer Gameplay Finds Its Way to Internet from the Final PC Flight

We are just days away from the release of Halo Reach on PC and 50 minutes of Halo Reach PC gameplay from the upcoming title’s single-player campaign has found its way to internet.

The latest footage is from the game’s final PC flight. In case you didn’t know, Halo Reach PC Flight 3 went live earlier on yesterday and comes with two campaign missions along with different matchmaking offerings. You can check out the gameplay video down below.

In a follow up tweet, 343 industries have stated that those who signed up for Halo Reach PC test flight should check their emails as the company has sent out 20,000 more invites to take part in the final flight.

Halo Reach was first released for Xbox 360 back in September 2010. At the time, Phil Spencer said, “Just as ‘Halo: Combat Evolved’ catalysed the success of the original Xbox to define a decade of entertainment, ‘Halo: Reach’ will push the boundaries for what’s possible in video games and help make 2010 the biggest year in Xbox history.”

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