Shrine

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Shrine
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Map overview

Game:

Halo 2: Anniversary

Location:

Installation 05

Terrain:

Forerunner stone ruins

Gameplay overview

Recommended number of players:

2-10

Recommended gametype(s):

 
Although now in disarray, ruins such as these have raised serious questions about the installation's former inhabitants.[1]

Shrine[2] is a multiplayer map in Halo 2: Anniversary. It is a remake of Sanctuary from Halo 2, with some minor changes. Shrine is one of the seven Halo 2 multiplayer map remakes that have been completely re-imagined for Halo 2: Anniversary.[3]

Layout[edit]

Changes from Sanctuary[edit]

  • Shooting a large, orange light at each team's base, the "Ruined Temple" and the "Overgrown Shrine", causes a waterfall to encompass the base. After some time, the waterfall resets.[4]
  • The tunnels to the side of each base now have gravity lifts leading to the second level of the structure to give players alternate paths out of a skirmish.[5]
  • The energy sword at the middle of the central structure—now known as the "Mausoleum"—has been replaced with a rocket launcher.

Trivia[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ IGN: See Forge in Halo 2: Anniversary – Halo: The Master Chief Collection – IGN First
  2. ^ Gamescom 2014: "Halo 2: Anniversary - Sanctuary Remastered Walkthrough/Interview"
  3. ^ Gamescom 2014: "Halo: TMCC" Showdown - Tournament rules: Game modes"
  4. ^ YouTube: Halo 2: Anniversary - Sanctuary Remastered Walkthrough/Interview
  5. ^ IGN: Halo 2 "Sanctuary" Remake "Shrine" May Be Halo: The Master Chief Collection's Prettiest Map – IGN First