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Microsoft has announced that players will be able to purchase and download the “Champions Bundle” for Halo 4 starting next month.

The bundle includes three DLC packs: the Steel Skin Pack, Bullseye Pack and Infinity Armor Pack. The Bullseye Pack adds two new multiplayer maps (Pitfall and Vertigo), a sports-themed armor set, and a new Gravball game type called Ricochet.

The Infinity Armor Pack includes new armor sets for your character, and the Steel Skin Pack adds a selection of interesting looking paint jobs for all of the game’s weapons.

The Champions Bundle will set you back 800 Microsoft Points on August 20, or you can buy them separately if you wish. The Bullseye Pack will cost you 480 Microsoft Points, and the Infinity and Steel Skin are 240 Microsoft Points each.

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Halo 4 ‘Champions Bundle’ DLC Releasing August

By Matthew Bennett | 07/8/2013 05:05 AM PT

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Microsoft has announced that players will be able to purchase and download the “Champions Bundle” for Halo 4 starting next month.

The bundle includes three DLC packs: the Steel Skin Pack, Bullseye Pack and Infinity Armor Pack. The Bullseye Pack adds two new multiplayer maps (Pitfall and Vertigo), a sports-themed armor set, and a new Gravball game type called Ricochet.

The Infinity Armor Pack includes new armor sets for your character, and the Steel Skin Pack adds a selection of interesting looking paint jobs for all of the game’s weapons.

The Champions Bundle will set you back 800 Microsoft Points on August 20, or you can buy them separately if you wish. The Bullseye Pack will cost you 480 Microsoft Points, and the Infinity and Steel Skin are 240 Microsoft Points each.

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89