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Due to an upcoming Tourney hosted by Yoshi and I, featuring a free copy of Halo 5: Guardians to the standing winner. Featured here: http://www.343industries.org/forum/topic/41042-yoshi-and-fishys-tourney/?p=369701 I have decided to take the time and make a map based off the following image. However, you will not get to see the actual final hard copy of the map. Just a rough draft. However, weapon placements are shown. Study the map, for those of you who wish to get an advantage. Or at least think you will. The map isn't 100%, just remember that. Oh, and the mystery box is there as a surprise. We won't tell you what it is, but we hope you enjoy the surprise. (Don't spoil it!) Map is made for 1v1 or 2v2. However, the Tourney will be using it for 1v1. Weapons and grenades are placed to support different players preferences. However, everyone will spawn with BR starts.
STAR WARS: ATTACK SQUADRONS SPACE COMBAT GAME COMING SOON Get ready to pilot -- and make some special modifications to -- some of the most famous starships in the galaxy. Disney Interactive announced today the first details for the upcoming online game Star Wars: Attack Squadrons, and has invited fans to sign up for a chance to join the action during beta tests in the new year. The new title is a free-to-play, open web, space combat game offering an intense multiplayer battle experience where players can customize and tune popular Star Wars ships, including the Rebel Alliance's X-wing fighter or the Empire's TIE Interceptor. In Star Wars: Attack Squadrons, players will enter exciting dogfighting action with up to 16 players at a time as they maneuver through iconic Star Wars locations. Future ships, environments, and game details will be announced in the coming weeks. Star Wars fans can sign up now for a chance to participate in the closed beta here with the first play session beginning early 2014. Star Wars: Attack Squadrons was developed by Area 52 in conjunction with Disney Interactive and LucasArts. SOURCE