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Halo 4 Castle Map Pack Hits Xbox Live Next Month

Posted on Monday, March 11 @ 12:34:30 PST by Alex_Osborn

Halo 4's next round of maps will be launching on Xbox Live on April 8th. The Castle Map Pack will feature large, sprawling levels that are best suited for massive firefights. Get a look at what's in store in the video above.

The three maps included are called Daybreak, Outcast, and Perdition, all of which were developed by Certain Affinity. Halo Waypoint gives a brief overview of all three:

Daybreak places you amidst military facilities, against the backdrop of an idyllic mountain range, while Outcast plunges you into the natural tunnels and arches of a secluded rebel outpost. Perdition takes players into the heart of an urban battleground, where tactical speed and situational awareness are essential to achieving victory. 

The pack will be priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10). Will you be picking up these new maps, or has your interest in Halo 4 waned thanks to the onslaught of new titles 2013 has offered? Let us know in the comments below.

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