Bungie Day 2008 (Monday 7th July)

Bungie (Halo series) are obsessed with the number 7 and similarly to last year, they will be celebrating Monday 7th July 2008 with new content. For details on why the number 7 is so significant to Bungie, click here. 7/7 this year will provide Bungie and Halo fans with limited time goodies and offers including:

Name: Commemorative Gamer Pics
Price: Free
Availability: All Xbox Live Regions
Description:
7 exclusive Bungie Gamer Pictures to download.

Name: Bungie Day – Dashboard Theme
Price: Free
Availability: All Xbox Live Regions

Name: Halo 3: Cold Storage Multiplayer Map
Price: Free
Availability: All Xbox Live Regions
Description: The emptied Forerunner research facility serves as a grim reminder of how even the best laid plans can fail. Warmly crafted, dutifully beautified update of Halo: CE classic multiplayer map, Chill Out. Love, Bungie.
Once, the Cold Storage facility was a vibrant, active research centre on Installation 05. An accidental contamination resulted in an unforeseen outbreak, which compromised the Forerunner centre. Now, emptied and silent, watched only by a local caretaker, the abandoned structure serves as a reminder of how something as powerful as science is ultimately beholden to nature.

Name: Halo 3 Legendary Map Pack
Price: 600 Microsoft Points (Reduced from 800 Microsoft Points)
Availability: All Xbox Live Regions

All the above content will only be available to download on Monday 7th July. After 7/7, the content will be gone so don’t miss out! Bungie are also offering new Halo 3 playlists. They are:

Name: Fourth of July Playlist
Dates: 3rd July – 7th July 2008
Description: Players can earn double-XP competing in a variety of Halo 3 gametypes.

Name: Icy Treats Playlist
Dates: 7th July – 9th July 2008
Description: All Cold Storage games and double-XP. Members of the Bungie team will be playing throughout the weekend so you may encounter one of the Halo 3 developers on the battlefield.

Name: Fiesta Double-XP
Dates: 10th July – 14th July 2008
Description: Fiesta gametypes (random weapons) offering some unpredictable antics.

David Wriglesworth

David Wriglesworth is a Northern lad with a passion for gaming, who graduated from the University of Lincoln with a BA (Hons) Journalism degree. If you can drag him away from the consoles, you can probably find him Tweeting or watching Coronation Street.

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