Bungie to raise Reach level cap in November
As many Halo: Reach players approach the game's level cap, developer Bungie has announced they will raise the limit in November.
The Washington-based studio isn't doing it without a challenge, though. Bungie wrote on its blog that it wants players to complete more than 117 Daily and Weekly Challenges first.
"Well, I do know that when you do cross the 117 Million mark, well celebrate by blowing the lid off the level cap! In the immediate aftermath, new ranks and armor will be made magically available for you inside The Armory, provided you have the rank and credits required. Time to get to work," the company wrote on its official blog.
Halo: Reach is a prequel to the first Halo title, and launched last month to tremendous critical and commercial reception. The title's first downloadable map pack is set to release before the end of the year.
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