343 Industries celebrates Halo 5's one-year anniversary and teases more content

'We're not quite finished,' the developer said in a blog.


Halo 5: Guardians turned one year old this week, and even though it's received a bevy of extra content ranging from maps and modes since then, developer 343 Industries has more in store.

"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," studio boss Josh Holmes wrong in a blog. "In addition to new experiences and features for both Halo 5 and Halo 5: Forge, we’re also working on matchmaking and server improvements."

Anvil's Legacy, released in September, was the ninth free expansion for Halo 5. 

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