Campaign Matchmaking Arrives October 19th For Halo: Reach

Halo: Reach! It is a Halo game, and it has matchmaking. One thing it doesn’t have? Campaign matchmaking….yet. Starting October 19th players will be able to using matchmaking for the campaign of Halo: Reach.

Outside of campaign batchmaking, Bungie, developer behind the series, plans on raising the rank cap soon. If you have built up enough credits, you may rank up multiple times once the cap is raised.

Bungie is also preparing other small changes as well, so be on the look-out for those.

(Source: Kotaku)

2 thoughts on “Campaign Matchmaking Arrives October 19th For Halo: Reach”

  1. will wonders never cease when it comes to bungie and halo, this will certainly be interesting. The question is, will they be incorpating any old campaigns? I loved the final warthog run in halo 3.

  2. This will be interesting. I mean, I like it since if you don’t have a friend to play with, it helps out. But this is what I have to say about Campaigns. You need to play it on Legendary first for Achievements so suck it up. Don’t get angry when all your doing is camping, because you are! Once you get the Campaign achievements, that’s when you start playing it on Normal and actually having fun. I said that as being you have to complete all the Campaign missions in Reach alone to get an Achievement.

    On a side note, it’s funny how I’m using the helmet that those characters are shown wearing. I thought that nobody else liked that helmet.

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