WorthPlaying: "When it comes to gameplay, Halo: Reach was most assuredly built with multiplayer as the focus. The single-player campaign missions were there to introduce the environments, but it is online where the game truly shines. As a result, there shouldn't be any surprise that the first bit of DLC to be released for the game is a multiplayer map pack.
Featuring three new maps, a handful of new Achievements, and selling for 800 MSP ($10), the Noble Map Pack hit the virtual shelves of Xbox Live on Nov. 30. Although it doesn't introduce any new game modes, each of the three maps features a unique look and feel, encouraging different styles of play due to the environment."