‘Halo 5’ Halloween Update 2016: Zombie-Mode & 17 New Maps; Check Out 'Freakshow,' 'Hellfire,' 'Drillfire' & More

By LJ Joseph , Updated Oct 31, 2016 11:42 PM EDT
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Halloween is just around making dark streets creepy. Just in time for this creepy Halloween, the creators of "Halo 5" have something to offer to you that will surely thrill them. You can now play in zombie mode at different 17 creepy and exciting maps!

According to the Cinema Blend, the latest update for the "Halo 5" game features infection mode with zombie theme twist. From the Halo Waypoint website, Gamespot took up the news and informed the halo community that new 17 approved maps are now all available. After spending the whole late September to October just going through the maps and finalizing everything, you can now enjoy the different maps.

"Halo 5" Halloween Update: 17 New Maps

Included in these exciting maps is "Freakshow," designed by the gamer Weedcough. It is an abandoned amusement park with a colorful funhouse and Ferris wheel. "Hellfire" is another map that you can enjoy. It is an industrial sci-fi map with a dark, brooding and very hot aura made by molten lava that is glowing with flames of fire. "Drillsite" is another map with a horror-movie style that features a cold, dark and lonely night. It is set in the middle of the water with a violent thunderstorm.

There are also maps on "Halo 5" that are impossible to be true. These maps include "Malignant" by Nitro that features wild-growing foliage and a dilapidated structure with a flipped over car set. "Nerve Center" is another map that is a cyberpunk personified with a Japanese touch. These two maps are really taking the lump when it comes to character and giving the impression identity for the game- and Halloween- lover fans. All of these "Halo 5" maps are surely great looking, creepy and thrilling.

"Halo 5" Halloween Update: Other Games Offering Halloween Specials

In Game Spot, "Halo 5" is not the only game that offers creepy settings in celebration of the Halloween. Include in the list are "Destiny," "Grand Theft Auto V," "Overwatch," "Rocket League," "World of Warcraft," "Smite," "Ark: Survival Evolved," "Street Fighter V," and others are also taking part in the hunting festival.

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