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Bungie: No multiplayer in Reach's space combat 


Microsoft didn't show-off too many of its big hitters at E3 on Monday, however, it did show Halo Reach and its new Space Combat mode.

Fans of the series may be disappointed to know though that you won't be kicking friends butt in zero gravity, as the game has no online multiplayer in Space combat mode.

Speaking exclusively to VG247, Bungie's Lars Bakken told us:

"There's multiplayer in space combat. However, since Reach still has four player co-op through the campaign, you’ll be able to play four players. Each person will have their own sabre, and you’ll be dog fighting in outer space against the AI."

The game does look awesome, and even better it's due for release on September 14.

Check out the full interview here.

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