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Thursday, 25 October 2012 08:24

Halo 4 pass announced

Written by David Stellmack

Microsoft Studios

Get 15% off the War Games map packs

To no one’s surprise, Halo 4 will have a Game Pass. The Halo 4 Game Pass will get buyers access to the three War Games map packs at a 15% discount.

The map packs are due to be released for Halo 4 in December, February, and April. Those that purchase the War Games pass will also get two bonus in-game items, which are two helmets (the Scanner and the Strider) along with a unique in-game Falcon emblem.

The War Games map pack is part of the Halo 4 Limited Edition package at no charge, or you can opt in for the War Games pass at $24.99 or 2,000 Microsoft Points, which is a 15% savings over buying them one at a time.

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