Halo fans have known the Halo: Reach beta's May 3 start date for months, but Microsoft had been under definitive about how precisely long the primary taste with the upcoming Bungie-developer shooter's multiplayer would last. Today the corporation revealed some more details around the beta, including its May 19 termination date.

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For the half-month that gamers have entry to the Halo: Reach beta (over the Halo 3: ODST game disc), players are certain to get to test many different new play types and features. At launch, the beta would include three different rotations for players to jump into.

While a number of new and old match types is going to be covered within the rotations, they are going to feature the action's new four-on-four team Deathmatch Arena mode. Starting on May 7, Bungie will include a fourth playlist centering on large-scale Spartan vs. Elite matches and lastly introduce the "Generator Defense" match type into your battles on May 14.

For those intimidated through the new modes and features, Microsoft will host videos walk-through for that beta, hosted by actress Aisha Tyler (from FX's Archer). Like the beta itself, that clip will likely be accessible from the Halo 3: ODST disc.

For most from the beta, access will likely be limited to Xbox Live Gold subscribers, as is also typical for multiplayer gameplay around the Xbox 360. However, Xbox Live Silver members could possibly get a possible opportunity to play the Reach beta (in addition to Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST) online from 9 a.m. PDT on May 14 through 9 a.m. PDT on May 17. Additionally, all players who finish the full game inside the Halo: Reach beta will likely be able to Buy FIFA 19 Coins claim free hoodies because of their XBL Avatars by going to your Halo Waypoint division of Xbox Live and accessing their career stats.

The full version of Halo: Reach is scheduled for launch this fall. For more on the sport, look into GameSpot's previous coverage.