Halo 4’s new map pack Majestic is now available for download on the Xbox Live Marketplace exclusively. 343 industries put together a map pack that many Halo fans are saying brings back a classic type of feel to it. The maps are said to be not overly large as previous maps in the late entries of the series.Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | RSS
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