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Submitted by wane 973d ago | video

Halo 4 Mantis Gameplay on “Valhalla”

Halo 4 Nation writes: Hey guys, after watching this clip it seems that we have confirmed two birds with one stone.

The remake map Ragnarok, is undoubtedly the Valhalla map from H3. Also you can see the Mantis (Mech) stomping around in multiplayer. I am very excited about both of these tid bits. I know many people wanted to see Sandtrap back, but hopefully Ragnarok will satisfy you. (Halo 4, Xbox 360)

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OrKuun  +   973d ago
Thanks for turning away as soon as you saw it, camera-guy. Didn't want to watch any gameplay of it or anything :P
MasterD919  +   973d ago
It's been confirmed that there is a mantis on that map already, but apparently this camera guy didn't get the memo.

I also have to say that the Valhalla remake looks stunning. I was a bit surprised they went with that map for the only remake, but damn it looks good.

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