Halo Reach will finally be playable in beta from next week on Pc , the confirmation comes directly from the 343 Industries guys.

Despite the confirmation of the development team for the launch of the Halo Reach beta for next week, the possibility exists that the period will be delayed.

For all those who have signed up for the Halo Insider program, only a part of the players will be able to put their hands to the title, while the rest of the participants will continue to receive updates on the status of the game and the tests. If you are not yet part of the insider program, here's where you can register.

"We want to start with modesty given the much work to be done to ensure that our delivery network goes smoothly, our communication line continues clearly and beta participants can provide feedback on the build."These are the declarations of 343 on a blog

"Given the presence of so many elements to test, verify and approve, we must take the time it takes to create a quality test for our Halo insiders"

Right now the team is about to complete a Pc version of Halo: Reach just for testing, but "Is still being tested"

"Our goal is to release the test next week and to share the various details with the public, so even those who do not participate in the beta will know what is happening." These are the words of 343

The release plan

Halo: Reach was playable this week at the E3 in Los Angeles, but the beta will be the first real contact with the public outside the fairgrounds.
Halo: Reach will be the first Halo to arrive on PC and will be part of the release plan devised by Microsoft for the launch of the Master Chief Collection on personal computers, while the various titles of the saga will be published as they become ready.

The cost for each title will be around 10 $, unlike ODST which will cost 5 $.

In addition to Reach, all other games will be released in chronological order starting with Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST and Halo 4. Moving on, you saw the reveal of Halo Infinite at E3?