Halo Reach Multiplayer Maps Guide
This is a game play video that will show you how intricate and detailed the multiplayer maps are in Halo Reach. The first part of this video shows you how cool the Beachhead map is in Reach. As you can see, it looks pretty astounding featuring some carved rock formations, as well as plenty of places where you can dig in and setup shop to ambush or snipe enemy combatants. Notice the awesome-looking palace as the screen pans to the left.
The second multiplayer map in Reach – shown in this video – is called Corvette. It is pretty much a Covenant docking bay for warships, and offers plenty of places to hide out, as well as vehicles that you can use to your advantage when playing online. The third multiplayer map for Reach revealed in this video is called Glacier. This map is positioned on an icy and mountainous glacier, with warships hovering in the skies above and tons of places that you can explore. It’s easy to note that the rendering of the graphics in this board are simply stupendous.
The fourth multiplayer map for Reach in this video is called Holdout. It borrows a little bit from maps in Halo 3, featuring stacked storage units that allow for a good game of cat and mouse online. The fifth map portrayed in this video is called Outpost. It’s a mountainous desert Covenant outpost surrounded by sand dunes and littered with boxes that make for great cover, as well as some ruins and vehicles.
The sixth map in this video for Reach multiplayer is called Overlook. It is really reminiscent of the maps that you saw in the first two Halo titles, featuring waterfalls and rocky, but green mountainous terrain with a few buildings that are stacked. The seventh and final multiplayer map for Reach shown in this video is called Waterfront. It’s a really neat map that has trails of water winding throughout it, which meet a waterfront on the edge. This map also features plenty of raised platforms—allowing for some pretty sweet sniper spots for campers.