Halo: Reach: Official Release Date Could Be September

By Jamie Pert - May 6, 2010

If you are one of the million or so lucky players who have acquired a beta code for Halo: Reach, and can’t wait for the games official release, you are in luck. As rumors that first foresighted that Halo: Reach would be hitting the shelves this fall, are correct.

Amazon and Gamestop have started advertising the game to ship on September 1 in the US, while European and Australian markets will see the release on September 24th. If your fingers and hands are twitching, and your lips are drooling at the prospect, then fret not as you can pre-order the game via Amazon here.

There is also a promotion to go with the pre-order, which states that if you pre-order Halo: Reach now, you will get a $20 discount on your next game purchase.

Halo: Reach is currently in beta, and saw more than 1 million users flooding the servers attempting to get a sneak peak of the game. If you can’t wait until the final release, and do not have a beta code or a Xbox Live Gold membership, details on how Silver members can obtain their code can be found in a previous post here.

Will you be pre-ordering Halo: Reach? Do you think the release date is accurate?

Source: SoftSailor

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