Halo 4 ‘Crimson Map Pack’ DLC Now Available On Xbox Live

Halo 4 ‘Crimson Map Pack’ DLC Now Available On Xbox Live

A new map pack for the latest entry in the Halo series, Halo 4, is finally available on the Xbox Live Marketplace. If you know the standard maps inside out it’s time to venture in the unknown and start exploring new worlds… or simply get killed by other players.

The Crimson Map Pack DLC adds three maps into the game, Harvest, Shatter and Wreckage, nine new achievements and a new game mode called Extraction. This new mode sees two teams of Spartans fighting each other while trying to collect data scattered all around the map. Once the data has been recovered, the team must defend its location until all the data has been extracted. If you fail and get killed by the other team it’s them who’ll get the point.

Here’s the list of the new achievements available with the DLC pack:

Now They Fly?
Get a kill while airborne in a Warthog.
50 POINTS

Size Is Everything
Kill 20 enemies with a detached Machine Gun Turret.
20 POINTS

ODST
Kill a player while you’re airborne from using a Man Cannon.
30 POINTS

Bigfoot
Kill 20 enemies using the Mantis’ stomp attack.
20 POINTS

David and Goliath
Board an enemy Mantis.
20 POINTS

Clay Pigeon
Shoot an enemy out of the air while they use the Man Cannon.
40 POINTS

Special Delivery
Kill an enemy with a melee attack when landing from a Man Cannon.
30 POINTS

Pump Yer Brakes
Score the killing blow on a Mantis.
40 POINTS

The Crimson Map Pack DLC is available for 800 Microsoft Points. Two more map packs wll be available in February and April.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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