'Halo 5' Latest News & Update: Biggest DLC About To Drop, 343 Industries Teases The Coming Of Warzone Firefight Mode And Other Improvements
343 Industries is about to drop the biggest DLC for "Halo 5" on June 29. With that, the game developer teased the game aficionados for revealing the big changes and details about the much-awaited Warzone Firefight mode.
"Halo 5" Warzone Firefight mode will be an 8-plater cooperative game that has six maps, which are Escape from A.R.C., March on Stormbreak, Raid on Apex 7, Skirmish at Darkstar, Urban and the new addition, Attack on Sanctum.
Here, the players will go on a battle with five sequences and a number of enemy attacks. These maps will also feature the new "Protect Object(s)" option, according to Cinema Blend.
The Warzone Firefight mode also has different missions for every round. "Halo 5" players will also have to defend some areas where they need to kill some certain leaders.
Changes & Improvement
The incoming expansion pack brings a lot of changes for "Halo 5." A splash screen was made to give the players a full-voiced command, which is a sign that the game is about to start and the gamers' purpose for that round.
To make it clearer, the user interface of "Halo 5" was changed and improved. Every round's aim and ranking are both flashed in the bottom right corner of the screen.
Also, the status of the players' base in "Halo 5" will also be displayed in the corner. The users' will be able to see if they are being attacked or defended.
343 Industries To Give What Fans Want
343 Industries assured that the players' goal is clear following the realization of the fan's feedback from the beta version.
"We added a brand new splash feed that shows up at the beginning of each round," the studio said in a statement, as per GameSpot.
"It shouts, loud and clear, the round number and what you need to do to succeed. It's front and center and literally comes in with a 'splash' (hence the name)." it added.
Meanwhile, along with the free DLC, the full game of "Halo 5" will also be all free on June 29 and will last for only six days until July 5.