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Halo: Reach Beta Version Leaked; Illegal Players Will Be Banned

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Halo: The Master Chief collection will finally be coming to PC and it’s a huge surprise on its own, but with announcing the addition of Halo: Reach to the collection, it’s now going to be a big rival for every anticipated title that is going to appear on Steam in the future. The hype for the game even got higher thanks to the launch of a beta version for some selected insiders, but recently we’ve found out that the beta version has been fully leaked.

According to a statement from 343 Industries, users who attempt to play the leaked version of Halo: Reach illegally, will get banned and removed from all current and future 343 programs. So, if you don’t want your account to be banned, ignore the leaked version and wait until the collection launches for PC or at least an open beta version comes out. The close beta ends today.

Aside from coming on PC, Halo: Reach will be added for free to the Xbox One version of Halo: The Master Chief collection once it becomes available worldwide. The release date for the collection on PC and for the addition of Reach on Xbox is yet to be known.

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