Legendary Map Pack

Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack now Live

According to the Major, the Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack is now up on Xbox Live and costs 800 MS Points. The pack contains three maps, as you can see in this movie. Head over to that first link for all the info.

Legendary Map Pack headlines

  • Massive Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack movie

    It’s Thursday afternoon. Coffee’s not working any more. All you can think of is pie and lesbians. Instead, though, you can watch a Halo 3 trailer of the three maps in the upcoming Legendary Pack, as told by the content’s creators. It all looks very lovely and should be available very soon. See after the […]

  • Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack trailer on Live

    The Major says so, and you have to believe the Major. Explore the darkness and danger of The Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack – Blackout, Avalanche and Ghost Town. Wander the catwalks and catacombs of Blackout and its vertiginous series of aeries and turrets, illuminated by the chill and baleful glare of a moonlit sky. […]

  • Final Halo 3 Legendary map announced

    According to this, the final Halo 3 map to be included in the Legendary pack is called Blackout, a remake of the Halo 2 favourite, Lockout. Blackout joins the previously announced Avalanche and Ghost Town in the DLC offering, which will release on April 15 for 800 MS Points.

  • Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack details announced

    Here. The Pack will be released on April 15 for 800 MS Points and will include three maps: Ghost Town, the newly-announced Avalanche and a yet-to-be-shown level. Hit the link for more.

  • Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack to be announced on Tuesday.

    Says so on Bungie’s site. The already-revealed Ghost Town will be joined by a pair of other maps in Legendary, the first of which will actually be formally unveiled Tuesday– there’s one of those press releases announcing it and concrete details about the map’s release date and other sundry details. So, much to your chagrin, […]

  • Details and new screen of Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack

    Here. It’s an interview with Bungie environment artist Mike Zak about the “new map and Bungie’s multiplayer map creation process in general”, the new map in question being Ghost Town. Read away.