One complaint that can be levelled at the launch of a lot of games with multiplayer components is a lack of maps to play on. Very often you will only get around four to six maps to play on. This can be a little frustrating and means that the game can get boring pretty quickly. Well, that certainly won’t be the case when Halo Reach joins Halo: The Master Chief Collection as it is going to launch with over 6.2 million maps. We think it’s safe to say that this will keep everyone busy for quite a while to come.
Obviously, there is a little bit of a caveat here. A lot of these maps are made by the community in Forge mode. You can also add to that the fact that these maps are from Halo 3, Halo 4, and Halo Reach. Not that we are objecting, though. There are some genuinely great community-made maps. Clearly, not all of them are but there are some corkers in there. Here’s hoping that there is an easy way to filter the maps and also rate them so that we can find the gems and leave the chaff.
Fortunately, we won’t have long to wait and find out as Halo Reach is scheduled to join The Master Chief Collection on 3rd December. If you are unfamiliar with the game, you can check out a trailer below –