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Friday, 15 October 2010 08:28

First Halo Reach map pack confirmed

Written by David Stellmack
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Will arrive November 30th
As we told you about recently, Halo: Reach will be getting its first map pack. Confirmed word now is that the new map pack which is to be called “The Noble Map Pack” is set to arrive on the Xbox Live Market Place as well as retail locations on November 30th.

The Noble Map Pack will include three new multiplayer maps as well as 250 additional achievement points for players to obtain. The map pack will offer a variety of surroundings, including an orbital dockyard, a frozen xeon-archaeology site, and a new mysterious place from the far beyond. From our understanding the maps will be playable in a number of modes.

The cost for the new map pack will be 800 Microsoft Points if you buy it from the Xbox Live Marketplace, or $10 if you purchase it at retail. As for the purchase at retail, sources tell us that those purchases will actually be a download code to redeem for download, so it isn’t an actual disc release.

Last modified on Friday, 15 October 2010 11:09
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0 #1 neo222 2010-10-15 09:05
hey fudo....why u guys still using the same Halo 2 pic...?? :eek: its been ages since u had changed that
 
 
0 #2 Wolfdale 2010-10-16 22:41
so instead of releasing a complete game, they take out a few maps first, so they can sell it later for additional fees?
man.. i wish i invented stuff like that, by now every company is doing it, and losing their respect with it..

unless you are one of those fanboys who actually believe they are still working on releasing new materials and stuff.. like *much of* those fallout3 DLC's wich are simply kept out of the first release rather than being made AFTER the release
 

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