As you may have heard, the source code to Halo: Reach has leaked to the less savory neighborhoods of the internet. The ending can be viewed on video sites as well, but, according to Bungie's Marcus Lehto, the creative director on Reach, you could choose not to pay attention to the leaks, but even if you seek them out, they won't ruin the game.
When asked how his team reacted to the leaks, Lehto said, "Officially we're not talking about any of that stuff, but personally, when it comes to the game, and the way fans are going to experience it-- I think fans across the world, if they don't want to know it, if they don't want to see it, that's their choice not to pay attention to any of the leaks."
"It's unfortunate that that stuff gets out there, but even if they did see some of it, experiencing it firsthand, playing the campaign all the way through is always tremendously satisfying," Lehto said. "Even if you go back and play it again for a second or third time, there's always so much more that you experience that you didn't get on the first playthrough. It's always fun."
We'll have a complete interview with Lehto in the coming days, so stay tuned!