Halo 5 receives the much awaited content browser
Halo Waypoint has offered new details regarding the future update for Halo 5, much to fans’ delight, revealing that the awaited content browser will soon be available. This new feature was initially presented at the RTX this year and lets you search and download game content on Forge. This is a great addition since it allows you to find and install game modes, maps and many other features easier than ever before.
Andy Dudynsky, who works as a community manager for Halo 5, says that the developers are now working on the last finishing touches for the browser. He confirmed that more information about this update would soon be available, and he also presented a screenshot of the search UI. The design looks elegant, simple, and easy to use.
There is already a need for such a browser in the game, but the next update is not limited to this. The company will also bring in some new maps and there is also a concept art released for one of the maps. It resembles the Swords of Sanghelios, one from the campaign modes in the game. However, there are no official details about these maps for the time being.
Moreover, according to Dudynsky, new REQ items will appear in the game. The team will introduce new weapon skins, alongside the new Gunfighter Magnum. This is a rare weapon and it’s designed for people who switch to a pistol whenever their gun goes out of ammo. It is in fact a lightweight pistol for competitions used by Spartans who prefer a no backup gun. It has magazines that reload fast and no Smart-Link module attached.
Unfortunately, we don’t know for sure when this update for Halo 5 will be released, but we should be getting more information soon.
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