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Tuesday, 15 February 2011 10:26

Defiant Map Pack confirmed for March

Written by David Stellmack


Halo Waypoint shows off trailer of second map pack
As we told you previously, Microsoft has now confirmed that the second map pack for Halo Reach (which will be called the “Defiant Map Pack”) will arrive in March. The map pack will add three new maps, which as we had already confirmed will be named Condemned, Highlands, and Unearthed.

The Halo Waypoint portal has the first trailer of the new Defiant map pack and it is worth a look. All three maps look to have a good feel to them and they will only cost 800 Microsoft Points ($10) when they arrive in March. Look for an official announcement as to the release day in the next couple of weeks.
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