Play Halo 4 multiplayer and earn Microsoft Points

Master Chief Play Halo 4 multiplayer and earn Microsoft Points

Embrace your Halo 4 addiction with Microsoft's new Halo 4 Combat Tour promotion on Xbox LIVE Rewards, allowing gamers to earn up to 800 MSP just by playing Halo 4 multiplayer. The more you play, the more you earn!

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Gamers can now get rewarded for their devotion to playing dozens of hours of Halo 4's multiplayer with Microsoft's new Halo 4 Combat Tour promotion, a new Xbox LIVE Rewards program focused on 343i's newest chapter in the Halo franchise. Microsoft is giving away a total of ten million Microsoft Points in the promotional event, allowing each gamer to earn up to 800 MSP for their participation in Halo 4's invigorating and explosive multiplayer.

Embrace the inner Reclaimer in you and earn a little something for your hard-earned victories!

"Your commitment to Halo 4 has never been so rewarding! Xbox LIVE Rewards members can earn up to 800 Microsoft Points this November simply for playing Halo 4 on multiplayer and purchasing eligible Halo content on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Explore Halo 4 in all its modes: Campaign, Spartan Ops, and War Games – the more you do, the more you get." –Official Xbox LIVE Rewards My Xtras page

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Here is a rundown of how many hours of multiplayer is required and the rewards for each:

  • 35+ Hours = 100 MSP
  • 70+ Hours = 300 MSP
  • 140+ Hours = 600 MSP

Gamers can also get back Microsoft Points when they purchase Halo-related content from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, offering more ways to earn from the promotion. Players have the entire month of November to stack up their hours, and can play both War Games and Spartan Ops to accumulate game time.

The Halo 4 Combat Tour promotion ends on Nov. 30, 2012 and is only available to Xbox LIVE Rewards members. For more information please visit the promotion's official website.

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