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Chill Out

Halo: Combat Evolved


Unknown, possibly in a Covenant facility


Covenant structure

Weapons on Map
Vehicles on map


Power-ups on map
Preferred Gametypes
Recommended Number of Players
  • 2-8
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Chill Out is a multiplayer map in Halo: Combat Evolved. Being one of the smallest multiplayer maps in the game, Chill Out is well suited for small, usually team-based, games between two to eight players.


Based on a floor of steaming nitrogen and Covenant-made rooms, Chill Out is an extremely varied and asymmetrical map. The color scheme (pink/purple) is similar to Midship.

This map is both for Xbox and PC/Mac. The level does not have any bases, as there are rooms inside of a building making up the level. It is a very closed in map, making great combat with minimal people. With the unique bridge and varied symmetry, Chill Out is a unique CTF map, as one team usually does have more defense than the other.


  • Due to the straight forward nature of the map, the Shotgun, Plasma Rifle and Needler are ideal weapons.
  • There are several tall structures, one of which contains the rocket launcher. This is ideal for slowing down pursuers and/or inflicting heavy casualties on groups of enemies. In addition, attaining this weapon prevents the other team from getting it, as the rocket launcher only spawns there. However, do it quickly, as there will be heavy competition.
  • A player could take advantage of the map's tight corners and camp with a close-quarters weapon, such as a Shotgun.


  • This maps could have been an attacked Covenant structure, evident by the damaged path, walls and mist on the floor, perhaps by a quick and vicious Flood attack, but the lack of Flood biomass makes this unlikely. It is most likely a Covenant facility of some sort under construction or repair.
  • There is a window near the sniper rifle and teleporter exit that has a secret room on the other side. The only way to get into the room is by using the Teleporter Glitch to get to the top of the level and falling in.
  • The name "Chill Out" could be a reference to the fact that the floor seems to be made of nitrogen, a very cold chemical known for being able to freeze objects completely through when in liquid form.
  • This map was remade as Cold Storage for Halo 3.

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