Halo 5 Dev Teases More Content -- "A Few Different Flavors of Goodness"
"We're not done just yet."
It sounds like Halo 5's Anvil's Legacy expansion, which came out earlier this month, may not be the Xbox One game's final piece of add-on content. In its latest weekly report, developer 343 Industries teased that "there's more brewing on the Halo 5 front."
"We're not done just yet," the developer said. "Various teams here at the studio are hard at work finishing up a few different flavors of goodness, and we'll be talking about all of that and more in the near future. I am particularly excited about that part."
Anvil's Legacy landed on September 8, which was the same day that Halo 5's Forge tools came to Windows 10 PCs. The expansion added new maps, weapons, and more; a file browser was also introduced.
Given that Halo 5's playerbase is still reportedly very strong, it makes sense that 343 would want to keep the ball rolling with more content.
Anvil's Legacy was Halo 5's ninth free expansion. Halo 5's other expansions included The Battle of Shadow and Light (November), Cartographer's Gift (December), Infinity's Armor (January), Hammer Storm (February), Ghosts of Meridian (April), Memories of Reach (May), Hog Wild (May), and Warzone Firefight (June).
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