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This highly anticipated action game is set just before the events of the previous Halo 3, the ODST version tells a side story in the Halo universe. There is no Master Chief and no Spartans, but that doesn’t mean the game is any less a Halo title. From what i saw in my limited time with the game, ODST fits right in with the Halo universe. With its focus on a whole squad of playable characters, ODST may very well be the most story-driven game in the franchise so far.
Playing as a nameless Rookie in an ODST squad, you are sent to New Mombasa in the middle of a Covenant attack to complete a secret mission for one of your superiors. Like good soldiers, no one will question orders, but as you drop into the city, a Covenant ship knocks out your pod’s systems. Six hours later you are on the ground, disoriented and out of touch with your squad. It’s up to you to find out what has happened, to your squadmates, and to the city.
ODST introduces Firefight, a cooperative multiplayer mode where up to four players can assume the role of an ODST squad, to form a team to take on increasingly challenging waves of enemies. Also included are three Halo multiplayer maps on a 2nd disc. Microsoft revealed these remaining three multiplayer maps, as Heretic, Longshore, and Citadel. Heretic returns players to familiar ground as the Halo 2 arena Midship makes its debut in Halo 3. Citadel is an abandoned Forerunner stronghold, while Longshore is designed for large scale combat and more suited for smaller affairs. Halo 3: ODST will be available on September 22nd.