Bungie launches Halo: Reach campaign matchmaking

Monday, 18 October 2010 10:47 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Bungie has released the campaign matchmaking playlist for Halo: Reach.

The developer also plans to add new playlists and tweaks to the shooter’s multiplayer tomorrow, October 19.

“Today we released the Campaign Matchmaking playlist and soon we’ll declassify all of the imagery on Bungie.net,” said the firm in its weekly update.

“If you haven’t completed the campaign yet, we’re no longer going to hold your hand and shield your eyes from the sights and sounds of our furiously kickass campaign. It’s been long enough.

“Be warned: if you jump into Campaign Matchmaking, you’re liable to play the last mission first. If that doesn’t bother you at all, go nuts. If it does, it’s time to get crackin’ on your campaign progress.”

New playlists going live tomorrow are Team Snipers and Living Dead.

“Unlike the map packs of yore,” though, Bungie won’t be offering a playlist specifically tailored for players with access to DLC, meaning the just-announced Noble Map Pack will be without its own list.

The game’s first DLC will cost 800 MSP on November 30.

Thanks, Eurogamer.