Halo developer 343 Industries has confirmed in a blog post that Halo 3: ODST on PC will begin test flighting in the first half of August. Halo Insiders should check their messages and notifications on Halo Waypoint when the time comes in order to ensure they don’t miss their invitation to participate if they are chosen.
In terms of what content is offered in the flight, players can enjoy the following Campaign missions: Mombassa Streets, Tayari Plaza, Uplift Reserve, NMPD HQ, Data Hive, and Coastal Highway. Additionally, they can also play on the following Firefight maps through both Matchmaking and Custom Games: Crater (Night), Rally (Night), Crater, Lost Platoon, Windward, Chasm Ten, and Last Exit. Lastly, customization and Theater mode will both be in the flight. The stated goals of the flight are to test the distribution systems, validate Firefight for the game, make sure systems are working correctly, and to gather feedback on the available content.
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