We all thought that the Castle Map Pack, which released back in April, would be the last piece of Halo DLC we’d see until Halo 5. It turns out we were wrong, happily, as 343 have today confirmed the release of the Championship Bundle’, which will bring two new maps to Halo 4’s multiplayer offering.
The Championship Bundle will launch August 20th, and will feature three distinct packs, each containing their own particular goodies. All three of the backs (the bundle) will weigh in at 800 MS Points, with the packs being available individually for a knock down price. So what do these packs contain? Well..
· Bullseye Pack: Two new multiplayer maps (Pitfall and Vertigo), a sports-themed Spartan armour and a new competitive gravball game type called Ricochet
· Infinity Armour Pack: Set your Spartan up with impressive and legendary new armour
· Steel Skin Pack: Bring an elaborate steampunk style to your UNSC, Covenant, and Forerunner weapons
If the new maps are all you are interested in, the Bullseye pack will cost you a very reasonable 480 MS Points, with the Infinity and Steel Skin packs costing 240 points each.