Halo 5 celebrated it’s one year anniversary two days ago, and with it came a blog post on the Halo Waypoint site. The post itself is fairly standard; thanking the fans and explaining how far the game has come since launch. Just for reference, the game has received “fifteen new multiplayer maps, six new game modes and many hundreds of new REQ items” as well as helping players to create maps. But the juiciest bit comes right at the end.
“And while we’ve been busily supporting and expanding Halo 5: Guardians over the past year, we’re not quite finished”.
Not quite finished. The key part of that sentence. The post continues by explaining what this could mean.
“We still have more goodness coming down the pipe, including the ability to browse and join live custom games on both Windows 10 PC and Xbox One, the introduction of more maps into the Warzone Firefight rotation, new Forge canvases, an improved spectator experience, and more. In addition to new experiences and features for both Halo 5 and Halo 5: Forge, we’re also working on matchmaking and server improvements.”
Many of you will however be wondering what not quite finished could mean. Is it only everything that is described in the post? Or is there more? Could we be seeing more Halo 5 DLC soon? Let us know what you think in the comments.