Halo 4 Champions Bundle Review, The Controller Online

The Pit is Back!

The Halo 4 Champions Bundle was released today and I’m going to make this review very easy for you: it includes a remake of the The Pit from Halo 3 and they didn’t screw it up. Go buy it. Now, for the rest of you that may be new to Halo since Halo 3 or those of you that just want a bit more info before you buy it, let’s take a look at all of the content included in the newest DLC pack.

What You Get

The Halo 4 Champions Bundle DLC includes a ton of new content and 343 Industries released in a convenient way so that you can buy individual pieces if you want, or you can buy it all in one big pack, save some money and get some bonus items. You can buy the Infinity Armor Pack for 240 MS Points and get new armor pieces such as the Mark V from Halo: Combat Evolved and ODST from, well, Halo 3: ODST. You can buy the Steel Skin Pack for 240 MS Points and get some new weapon skins, but that’s not very exciting on its own. The real DLC Pack that you’ll want is the Bullseye Pack, which includes the two new multiplayer maps and the new ricochet game mode. That one will cost you 480 MS Points, but you can save 160 MS Points by buying the Champions Bundle and getting everything I just mentioned for only 800 MS Points. Not only will save a little bit of money by buying the Champions Bundle, but you’ll also receive eight new stances, five new armor skins and five new weapon skins that are only available when you buy the full bundle.

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