‘Lockout’ is Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s next re-imagined map

Five of six re-imagined maps announced.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

‘Lockout’ is the next Halo 2 map to get the remake treatment in Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Microsoft announced.

The map joins ‘Ascension,’ ‘Coagulation,’ ‘Sanctuary,’ and ‘Zanzibar’ as the fifth of six map remakes in the upcoming Halo collection.

Here’s Microsoft’s description of ‘Lockout’:

Set in an old Forerunner research laboratory in the frigid mountains of Delta Halo, Lockout features fast-paced, close quarters combat with its narrow corridors and vertical level design. With three levels to navigate, adept players can deftly traverse around the map by mastering specific jumping points, enabling them to secure power weapons faster and set up ambushes for unsuspecting opponents.

The re-imagined version will include “a few new features” that will “surprise even the most hardened Halo 2 veterans,” Microsoft teased.

See footage of ‘Lockout’ in action below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery. Halo: The Master Chief Collection is due out for Xbox One on November 11 in North America and November 14 in Europe.



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