If you've been on Xbox Live lately, there's a slim chance you noticed players romping through Halo 3 Epsilon
. According to Bungie forum members
, the gamertags belong to Bungie and Microsoft employees.
X3F, the Little Sister to our Big Daddy, has been scouring the internet for information on Epsilon
, even sifting through their Big Book of Greek Letters. (Epsilon is the fifth letter
in the alphabet -- following alpha, beta, gamma and delta -- implying this would be a near-final build of the game.) An anonymous source tells Xbox-Scene
that the Epsilon features six maps, four-player co-op for one campaign mission, saved film testing and some customization options with the games and maps.
While we can't confirm the details of Halo 3 Epsilon
, would it really surprise anyone that the developer and publisher of a first-party title are playing a few deathmatches weeks before its September 25 launch date?