UPDATE: Thanks to feedback from fans, the period players have to unlock the Acrophobia Skull in Halo 3 has been extended by “at least” 30 days, according to 343 Industries community manager Brian Jarrad. A longer-term fix to allow players to unlock this skull in the future seems to be in the works, too.
Heads up! The team has heard your feedback and will be extending the deadline to earn the skull and nameplate by at least 30 days (a longer term solution is being worked on to keep the high-flying-hijinx going!). https://t.co/v9FugNs5YG
— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) July 28, 2020
Still, if you want this skull, it’s perhaps best not to dawdle–start taking down flying enemies now.
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Halo 3 recently came to PC for the first time through the Master Chief Collection, and it brought with it some upgrades and change. One temporary addition is a new unlockable skull that adds an incredible new power to the game–but there’s only two days left to unlock it.