Bungie has confirmed that it’s working on Halo: Reach, due in 2010, in addition to Halo 3: ODST, which has been dated for 22nd September.

People who buy ODST will also get access to the Reach multiplayer beta.

ODST’s new co-operative game mode, Firefight, will be shown off at E3 this week.

Creative director Joe Staten showed a section of New Mombasa set three weeks before Halo 3 during an on-stage demo.

But all eyes will be on Reach, or what there is of it to look at – a trailer with talk of an “in-station slipspace ruption”, “winter contingency”, “Mobile One”, “Sierra 259” and so on.

We’re seeing Halo 3: ODST tomorrow, so we’ll let you know when we know more.

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