Halo: Reach Campaign Matchmaking Coming in October

Posted on September 9, 2010

Halo: Reach has already been a moderate success, so Bungie has decided to move forward on implementing new features to support online play for the cult favorite. In its most recent weekly update, Bungie said that campaign matchmaking has not been implemented yet for a couple of reasons – most notably because matchmaking will feature a voting mechanic that could possibly result in players seeing spoilers for the first time. The update also revealed that the company is working on much-desired modes like Rocket Race and Firefight Versus, which will “be deployed sometime down the road.”

Here’s the official statement from Bungie:

“The first matchmaking update for Reach will occur in early October
and consist primarily of fixes for bugs and balance issues. We’re not
done testing them all yet, but when they’re ready we’ll fill you in on
all of the little details. We’ll also be adding some game types and
Forge maps. Co-op campaign will be going live in October as well.

Campaign matchmaking will not take into account what your current
progress is, so if you’re worried about spoilers make sure you finish
campaign before jumping into this playlist!

Go to Source (Game Informer)

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