‘Halo 5’ Latest News & Update: Sangheili Are Huge Collectible Items; More Free DLC Coming!

By AASalvador , Updated Oct 21, 2016 03:12 AM EDT
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Microsoft Studios continues to add free downloadable content (DLC) to "Halo 5" even if the game has been on the market for almost a year now. Game developer 343 Industries is so generous that they continuously ask and give in to the request of the majority. Sangheili items were among the popular request.

In response to fans' feedback, Tom French, Forge director, said in a statement that they have scoured maps to look for pieces and shapes so that they can get great accents for the first-person shooter video game "Halo 5." Covenant is so huge that they divided it into classic style and assets from Elite world Sangheili.

Covenant staples like drop pods, phantoms and weapon pods are huge collectible items that gamers would want to see more in "Halo 5." Even a file browser was also added as part of the expansion. French said that with the addition of Sangheili items, the themed maps will start to look more legit.

Game director is pretty excited himself with the Sangheili collectible items and is asking the fans to stay tuned until everything is complete. Gamers love "Halo 5" because it gives them almost complete control of the game including level design and even the weather. Last month, "Halo 5" got a free update of Anvil's Legacy which is the ninth free update.

Before the Sangheili collectible came to light, "Halo 5" expansions include The Battle of Shadow and Llight, Cartographer's Gift and Infinity's Armor. Also, Hammer Storm, Ghosts of Meridian, Memories of Reach, Hog Wild and Warzone Firefight are included.

"Halo 5" Forge Tools have now been made available to Windows 10 PC in addition to Xbox One. What Sangheili items would you like to see in "Halo 5?" Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update!

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