Final Halo: Reach PC flight will begin soon, will feature both single-player and multiplayer modes

343 Industries has announced that the final flight for the PC version of Halo: Reach will begin soon. This final flight will have the most content to date for players to enjoy. Furthermore, it will have both single-player and multiplayer modes.

As 343 Industries stated:

“The team is moving very rapidly preparing for the next Halo: Reach flight. Yesterday we received our first branched build for the next PC flight, and it has been getting hammered on internally with our 2nd Ring 0 test happening today. The teams will be in over the weekend hammering away identifying any blocking issues to resolve prior to going to Ring 1 & 2. If no issues are found, the team plans to go out to Rings 1 & 2 on Monday. Our goal is to get this flight out as quickly as possible.”

This flight includes two campaign missions, multiple offerings for social and ranked matchmaking, custom games, and Firefight matchmaking. All types of content will be available over the course of the flight. The team anticipates this final flight to last a week. Do note, though, that select offerings for Multiplayer and Firefight matchmaking may change.

343 Industries will reveal more information in terms of days the flight will span soon. It will also reveal additional details such as what offerings will be present on what days.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted, so stay tuned for more!

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