Bungie has said once and for all that Halo: Reach doesn't use Project Natal.

"Halo: Reach is NOT a Natal title and is being developed expressly with the traditional Xbox 360 controller in mind," the developer wrote on its website following the publication of screenshots and information late last month.

The studio also addressed various other rumours that sprang up around the coverage. For instance, you will be able to pilot the Falcon in both campaign and multiplayer.

Many other wacky internet rumours, however, turned out to be wacky internet rumours. We're so wacky here on this internet.

Halo: Reach is due out this autumn for Xbox 360, and will be preceded by a beta of some sort for people who bought Halo 3: ODST.

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