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Tristans Twisted World: Halo 4 Castle Map Pack Impressions

By Tristan Werbe in DLC

The final piece of Halo 4 War Games Pass DLC has came out. The new maps in my mind were the best in Halo 4.

Daybreak: Two UNSC bases oppose each other in this large asymmetrical map. Teams need to spilt in order to gain weapons and the advantage. Best played in Slayer, King of the hill, and Regicide.

Outcast: Controlling vehicle paths is critical in this circular map set in a desert environment. Mantis and vehicle gameplay is heavy on this map. While you can snipe people and use heavy weapons getting in a vehicle is your best bet. Best played in Slayer, and Extraction.

Perdition: Blending long sightlines, vehicles, and close-quarters combat, Perdition caters to nearly any gameplay style. The whole idea of the map is to basically be large and appeal to every game mode. It also is a good play how you want to play map. Best played in Every mode expect for oddball.

The maps released today for 800 Microsoft points unless you purchased the War Games Pass. See you out there Spartans.

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