‘Halo 5’ Latest and Biggest Update Revealed; Does this Mean 'Halo 6' Is Now In the Making? [VIDEO]

Dec 13, 2016 09:22 PM EST | Staff Reporter

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"Halo 5" fans worldwide received their early Christmas gift from 343 Industries, the developer of "Halo 5" in the form of what was considered as the biggest update that the game ever got. Aptly named "Monitor's Bounty," it brought bountiful new objects and new tools to provide gamers with more power and two new canvasses for the Forgers to build on.

The "Halo 5" most recent update was the tenth that the gamers received from the developers. Aside from the free content, players were presented with an array of new weapons, armors and new skin that could make the gamer controlling the character much more powerful, according to VG 24/7.

Halo 5 can be played on Windows 10, allowing players to invite friends and acquaintances to play and to challenge other players online, according to Digital Trends. By updating the Content Browser, players can just join an ongoing game instead of waiting for one to start. With the Content Browser now available, the developers are aiming to have Customs Games Brower, which was what players had long been clamoring for.

Latest update to the "Halo 5" will be the inclusion of a separate list for Ranked and Social players. Players who prefer to play to attain higher levels will belong to the Ranked Arena while those who would prefer a relaxing game can opt for the Social Arena, according to Halo. Ranked Arena list includes the "Slayer", "Snipers", "Swat", and "FFA" to name a few while Social Arena would have "Action Sack", Mini Games like "Battle of Golf on Sandtrap Resort", "Infection" and "Super Fiesta" .

With these updates, "Halo 5" fans will enjoy a great Christmas gift, and late anniversary present, as they spend days and nights playing for free during the holiday season. It is also expected that gamers will be presented with more excitement in "Halo 6."

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