GamesCom 2009 has been the place of unveiled gaming secrets this week, and it appears that Halo developer Bungie had a little secret to tell. According to an interview with VG247, Halo: Reach has been in development since the release of Halo. Not too surprising, but news all the same.
Bungie's Brian Jarrard revealed the information while talking about Halo 3: ODST and Bungie's recent break away from Microsoft Game Studios.
According to Brian, he stated that...
“Day to day life hasn’t changed that much. We’ve been super-busy, obviously. We’ve finally been able to announce Halo: Reach, which has been in development right since the end of Halo 3.”
Jarrard also stated that the developing team for Reach has been diligently working on the game and hasn't had much time for anything else. This is encouraging news for how good Reach could be.
Halo: Reach will be set before any of the other Halo titles and in all likelihood not feature anyone you are familiar with. Exact details are non-existent right now and the best anyone can go on is speculation. It was announced however that a multi-player beta token will be released for Reach with the launch of ODST on September 22.
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