The Halo: Reach beta launches on May 3, and gamers with a copy of Halo 3: ODST will get first crack at Bungie's latest multiplayer effort. Yesterday IGN gave their early Halo: Reach beta impressions, and they'll be bring you more in the lead-up to launch. But first, let's take a step back.
Reach brings a ton of new elements to the Halo multiplayer experience, so they sat down with Bungie's Multiplayer Design Lead, Chris Carney, to get some answers. So read on to find out what's different, why Reach works the way it does, and what's coming after the beta wraps up.