After the Halo Reach beta test concluded, the results were tallied. Over 2.7 million different gamers took part in Bungie's next title with more than 16 million combined hours over just 18 days. It was the largest beta test in console history. To put it in perspective, Halo 3's beta logged about 800,000 unique users.
Now Bungie must analyze the data and tweak their game based on the feedback of those players. And they must do it by September 14th, when the game will launch worldwide - except in Japan where it'll launch on the 15th. When the game launches players will be able play four player co-op throughout the campaign mode, and hopefully, yet undisclosed new multiplayer co-op modes.
More details will undoubtedly be unveiled at E3 2010, which takes place in LA from June 14th through the 17th. Co-Optimus will be there to bring you the details.