Halo Reach Flaming Avatar Helmet Offer

Posted By | On 18th, Nov. 2010

The first DLC pack for Halo Reach is coming on November 30th.  It is the Noble Map Pack DLC which will include three new maps (Anchor 9, Tempest & Breakpoint) and will cost 800 Microsoft Points which is kind of a steep price for 3 maps.  Regardless the Halo Junkies will buy it anyway and if you pre-order it from Gamestop, you will receive the Flaming Helmet… for you Avatar.  Not your in game Halo Reach character but just you Xbox 360 Avatar.  You can pre-order in store or online, check out the official page for it here.


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