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“Built from a modified M820A2 expandable truck, the “Halo 3: ODST” Transport Vehicle provides a fully customized mobile gaming experience. Measuring 27 feet long and 14 feet wide when fully expanded, and weighing a beefy 13 tons, the “Halo 3: ODST” Transport Vehicle is a “Halo” party on wheels, outfitted with eight Xbox 360 console rigs featuring “Halo 3: ODST.””
— Official Press Release
ODST Truck

The modified M820A1 expandable truck acquired by Microsoft.

The Halo 3: ODST Mobile Tour is a national tour through the United States by an M820A2 expandable truck, used by Microsoft, 343 Industries and Bungie to publicize the launch of Halo 3: ODST. The vehicle itself is a modified M820A1 expandable truck acquired from the United States Military, with the rear area modified to accommodate numerous Xbox 360 console playing stations, able to be deployed to allow members of the public to play Halo 3: ODST Firefight. It is painted black to match standard ODST equipment, has a flaming-skull emblem presumably used by The Squad, and has disclaimers noting that it is "property of the UNSC," [1][2]

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City Location Date
Seattle (Redmond, WA) Redmond Town Center 8/22
Portland (Hillsboro, OR) Tanasbourne Town Center 8/23
San Francisco (Union City, CA) Union Landing 8/25
San Jose (Antioch, CA) Center At Slatten Ranch 8/26
Los Angeles (Pasadena, CA) Hastings Village 8/28

San Diego, CA

Carmel Mt. Ranch 8/29
Las Vegas (Henderson, NV) Whitney Ranch 8/30
Phoenix (Avondale, AZ) Gateway Pavilion 8/31
Dallas (Southlake, TX) Shops of Southlake 9/3
Austin (Cedar Park, TX)

Lakeline Plaza

9/4
Houston (Tomball, TX) Spring Cypress Wal-Mart Center 9/5
Memphis, TN Marketplace at Wolfcreek 9/7

Nashville (Murfreesboro, TN)

College Central Shopping Center 9/8
Indianapolis, IN Target 31 Shopping Center 9/10
Chicago, IL The Brickyard Shopping Center 9/11
Detroit (Shelby Township, MI)

Shelby Town Center

9/12
Cleveland (North Olmstead, OH) Great Northern Plaza South 9/13
Pittsburg, PA North Hills Village 9/14
Philadelphia (Fairless Hills, PA) Fairless Hills Towne Center 9/16
Washington DC (Woodbridge, VA) Smoketown Station 9/17
Baltimore (Owings Mills, MD) Garrison Forest Plaza 9/18
New York (North Babylon, NY)

Sunset Plaza

9/19

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