If you played Halo: The Master Chief Collection between the 11th of November and 19th of December then you’ll want to check your messages as soon as possible. Why is that? Well, despite saying that the bonus campaign had been delayed, Microsoft has started sending out Halo 3: ODST codes to individuals who dealt with the game’s most crippling issues.
Thankfully, those who weren’t lucky enough to obtain a code can still partake in ODST‘s fight, provided they pony up an appreciably budget-friendly $4.99. It’s the currently-listed, and hopefully final, price of admission for the remastered 1080p/sixty frames-per-second shooter, which comes in at a whopping 8.1 gigabytes and is listed as a Halo: The Master Chief Collection add-on. Of course, when you consider how much you’re getting for that five dollar bill, it’s hard to complain, especially since a redone version of Halo 2‘s Relic Map is also included in the package.
This is merely a PSA for those who were unaware, but we’d be happy to hear your thoughts via our comments section below. Let us know how Halo 3: ODST performs on Xbox One, and if it’s enough to satisfy you if you dealt with a lot of issues while trying to play Halo: The Master Chief Collection last winter.