Halo 5 Guardians Memories of Reach DLC released

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Halo 5: Guardians was released on October 27, 2015 for Xbox One, and since then received a number of content updates. Its latest DLC is titled Memories of Reach, which comes with the long awaited Infection game mode, new armor sets inspired by the legendary Noble Team from Halo: Reach, and a new Arena map with Statis.

In addition, some new weapons have also been added to the game, such as Jorge’s Chaingun and the Brute Plasma Rifle, along with character customizations such as weapon skins, assassinations, and emblems. As expected, the new DLC also fixes some of the issues fans have been reporting, one of which will make many gamers happy: the ability to modify the matchmaking search preferences.

If you own Halo 5: Guardians, the next time you launch it will prompt the Memories of Reach Update Pack download, a free, one-time pack. The Memories of Reach REQ Pack will also be available for 120,000 REQ points, or $14.99 USD. With this pack, you will unlock three new permanent REQs.

If you are an eSports fan, the HCS Pro League Online Qualifiers event this weekend will determine who will move on to participate in the Last Change Qualifier on May 21 and 22.

This isn’t it for Halo releases: the Wild Hog update, featuring the Warzone Firefight game mode, is getting ready to be released soon as well.

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