7th Columnist

Next stop, Epitaph
July 2, 2007, 4:26 pm
Filed under: Beta, Gaming, Halo 3, Multiplayer, News

Hot on the heels of Zanzibar in terms of new screens comes Epitaph, another of the new mulitplayer maps shipping with Halo 3 later this year.

Set in a Forerunner structure that’s somewhat “Cathedral-like”, Epitaph is a large indoor map sporting many hallways and walkways.

We’ve only seen glimpses of the map in action so far through video leaks, but now we have some beautiful looking screenshots to go nuts over too.

Check ’em out here.

Remember ‘Jub Jub’, the multiplayer map all too often referred to by Bungie in their updates?

Well, ‘Jub Jub’ has in the past been described as “multi-tiered” with Forerunner architechture, which by the looks of these new screenshots is an accurate description of Epitaph too.

Could it be that Epitaph is the oft-mentioned ‘Jub Jub’?



7 Comments so far
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Epitaph could indeed be ‘jub jub’.
Thinking outside the box there 7th columnist.
I think these maps look fantastic, and I can’t wait to play them.

by the way, that picture of the ‘ice’ room in the gamepro article (labelled as work in progress) is the map ‘Chill’ I believe.

Comment by D-thunda

Jub Jub was refered to by Bungie as a jungle with noises similar to monkeys. Sorry to break it to you but Epitaph can’t be Jub Jub

Comment by Victor

I never saw that.
Could I have a link for this?
It sounds cool.

Comment by D-Thunda

No its already been anounced they haven’t shown jub jub in an update

Comment by SomeDude

that place looks great for ninja ctf or hide n seek

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