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Halo 4 Limited Edition Contents Leaked

The Halo 4 Limited Edition contents have been known for some time.  This $99 Limited Edition from Microsoft Studios features a plethora of content that Halo fans are sure to enjoy. Mighty Ape, a New Zealand retailer has given us a glimpse at the innards of these exclusive pieces of Halo fan service.

As you can see in the image, there will be two discs shipping with Halo 4. What these two discs will consist of is a mystery at this point, but it wouldn’t be the first Halo game to arrive on multiple discs. Whether or not the standard edition of Halo 4 will arrive with two or not is unknown, but Halo: ODST featured a multi-disc format that pressed the game’s campaign to one, and multiplayer features on another. Of course, there’s always the possibility that the live action Forward Unto Dawn movie, or other behind the scenes features exclusive to the Limited Edition of the game are on that mysterious second disc.

As for the other content, a fold out schematic of the UNSC Infinity and the armor customization graphics will certainly please fans looking to immerse themselves fully in the Halo 4 universe. Adding color to the world, the UNSC Infinity Briefing Contents will likely enhance the episodic content that is due to arrive with the game post launch.

Fans that invest in the Limited Edition of Halo 4 will recieve access to nine War Games maps – three future competitive multiplayer map packs, each including three locations, that’ll be available for all to download via Xbox Live. Unique Spartan IV armor skins and weapons, as well as an in-game weapon skin and emblem will also entice players to splurge on the Limited Edition, especially if they want to stand out on the battlefield and literally wear their allegiance to the franchise on their sleeve.

Halo 4 is set arrive exclusively on the Xbox 360 this November.  The first Bungie-less Halo title may have already roped you back in as a Halo fan, but now you have an important question to answer.  Just how big of a Halo fan are you?  $99 dollars is one of the pricier Limited Edition offerings in memory that didn’t include some sort of ridiculous toy.

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