The Halo: Reach PC beta started a few days ago for only a thousand people. And of course, pirated versions of it promptly appeared all over the internet. However, Tyler “Postums” Davis, 343 Industries Community Support and Engagement Coordinator addressed this issue in a post at Halo Waypoint. Davis warns that 343 Industries has the right to ban the accounts of any who illegally acquire the beta.

Good Morning,

It has come to our attention that the Halo Insider flight has been illegally distributed online. If you download or play this illegal copy, we have the right to ban all associated accounts and remove you from all current or future 343 programs. The Microsoft Service Agreement can be found here.

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Cheers,
Postums

Halo Reach

Source: halowaypoint.com

The Halo: Reach beta allows testers to play the Tip of the Spear campaign mission. This will allow the devs to collect valuable feedback, data which will serve to help them polish the game for launch. Furthermore, the beta allows players to air their criticisms, especially about the keyboard and mouse controls.

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