Along with the HD re-release of Halo: Combat Evolved, Microsoft will make the six original multiplayer maps available to Reach multiplayer fans.
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Former Halo developer Bungie Studios reveals in its weekly update that lead network engineer David Aldridge's confirmation of an upcoming space-based MMO at the 2011 Game Developer's Conference was actually a big joke.
Bungie lead network engineer David Aldrige confirms that the studio is currently working on a "massively multiplayer action game" as part of a 10-year publishing deal with Activision Blizzard.
A source has claimed that Bungie’s first project with publisher Activision will be a first-person shooter MMO, which has been likened to “WoW in space”. The same source also claims that Activision told Bungie to fire 30 non-salaried employees due to…
Microsoft and Bungie have debuted the next set of downloadable maps for Halo: Reach. The Defiant pack will include three new multiplayer maps highlighted in the video below.
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The Noble Map Pack will contain three original maps seen below. The expansion will be available on November 30 and cost $10.
Microsoft has announced that the “Noble Map Pack” for Halo: Reach will be released on November 30, and cost $10.
A new update from Bungie will correct a few issues and tweak some game types. A second update will introduce campaign matchmaking, and it is due sometime between October 12 and 19.
Bungie has reset the in-game credit totals of nearly 15,000 users that exploited a challenge to earn credits.
Bungie will release a patch in October to include campaign matchmaking, as well as new Forge maps, new modes, and fixes for a few bugs.
Microsoft says Halo: Reach brought in $200 million on its first day of sales, making it bigger than any game - or movie - so far this year.
In our Halo: Reach review we break down the new and old of Reach, both online and off and discover that Bungie has developed a bittersweet tribute to the Halo franchise, that gamers will be playing for a very long time.