Many of the most iconic multiplayer maps in history are set to make their return in just a few short weeks, as The Master Chief Collection ’s drop is right around the corner. Now we learn more regarding how these classics will be presented to gamers in their late-night lobbies.
It appears that, even though some are just picking up MCC for the revamped Halo 2 engine, levels from all the original trilogy and Halo 4 will also be sprinkled in. This is likely to ensure you’re never stuck waiting on a game (and then finding yourself empty handed). A list of specific playlists has been complied by those over at IGN, which you can check out by reading below.
- Game-Specific Playlists:
- Halo: Combat Evolved — 4v4 mix of Team Slayer and objective modes
- Halo 2 Classic — 4v4 mix of Team Slayer and objective modes
- Halo 2: Anniversary Rumble — 8-player free-for-all matches
- Team Halo 2: Anniversary — 4v4 mix of Team Slayer and objective modes
- Team Halo 2: Anniversary Social — 5v5 unranked mix of Team Slayer and objective modes
- Halo 3 — 4v4 mix of Team Slayer and objective modes
- Halo 4 — 5v5 mix of Team Slayer and objective modes
- Multi-Game Playlists:
- Team Slayer — 4v4 Team Slayer matches across all five games
- Big Team Battle — 8v8 matches across all five games
- Team Hardcore — 4v4 “tournament-approved” modes in Halo 2 and 3
- Halo eSports — 4v4 official eSports playlist
- SWAT — 4v4 SWAT game modes in Halo 2, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4
Halo: The Master Chief Collection comes exclusively to the Xbox One on November 11 th .