Lockout, Next Halo MCC remastered map

#1TOhasNoRingPosted 8/28/2014 10:41:12 AM
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#2Halo3GAMEFREAKPosted 8/28/2014 10:43:49 AM
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#3Xeeh_BitzPosted 8/28/2014 10:44:22 AM
looks alright
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#4LEGEND_725Posted 8/28/2014 10:44:29 AM
No surprise, one of the best maps ever though I perfer the pit from H3
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#5MicrosoftLoverPosted 8/28/2014 10:45:12 AM
Halo3GAMEFREAK posted...

Damn, the memories.
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#6NeonYoshi11Posted 8/28/2014 1:05:34 PM
H2 version has better visibility.
#7LandonioPosted 8/31/2014 5:01:55 AM
NeonYoshi11 posted...
H2 version has better visibility.

True. Some sightlines are off too. Still looks good though.
#8rusty12000Posted 8/31/2014 6:26:28 AM
Damnit.... The one game I really want an Xbox One for...
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#9Jiggy101011Posted 8/31/2014 6:30:44 AM
rusty12000 posted...
Damnit.... The one game I really want an Xbox One for...

So get an xbox one?
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#10da_StoOgePosted 8/31/2014 6:36:29 AM
It's funny, Lockout is probably my all time favourite multiplayer map, and yet I was hoping it wouldn't get remastered in this version.

The reason being that there are tiny, one inch thick ledges above each "doorframe" in the level that I used to use to spring off with some clever crouch jumping, and it opened up the map so much it gave me an advantage over every other player I ever met.

And because it's such a tiny, tiny detail, you can bet it won't be there in the remaster. It wasn't there in Halo 3's "98%" identical (according to Bungie) Blackout, after all.
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