Players of Halo 5: Guardians have lots to look forward to over the next few days. The Xbox One first person shooter is adding a temporary mode called Warzone Turbo that will last until April 4. Also, the next content update, Ghosts of Meridian, is due for release next week.
The official Halo site has the info on Warzone Turbo:
"Warzone Turbo is fiesta-esque mayhem on a gigantic scale, where you are instantly placed at Level 9 as soon as your Home Base is secure, and are imbued with near-instantaneous energy regeneration. Everything is fair game as players have access to their entire REQ inventory for the full duration of the match."
Sometime next week, Halo 5 players can download Ghosts of Meridian for free. It will add the small Arena map Tyrant that's set on an asteroid floating in space. The other map is Skirmish at Darkstar, a Warzone map that will include two Legendary bosses and a gate that players can open and close.
Ghosts of Meridian will also add lots of new REQ packs to access for weapon and armor variants, along with new emblems and skins. Developer 343 Industries is also including a lot of bug fixes and improvements with the update.
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