Halo 5 Playlist Updates Include Shotty Snipers And Warzone Turbo
Halo 5 is getting a number of playlist updates for the rest of June and July, and you can read the full list.
The most recent playlist addition is the Solo Queue Team Arena Ranked mode, offering a place for competitive players to avoid remade teams if they are playing alone. Halo 5 will also get a couple weekends of Warzone Turbo and some other limited-time modes. The full list of playlist changes can be found below.
- June 25: Forerunner Slayer rotates in for Core Play
- June 25: Warzone Turbo goes live for the weekend
- July 2: Evaluate health of all Ranked playlists*
- July 2: Shotty Snipers rotates in for Forerunner Slayer
- July 2: Warzone Turbo through 4th of July Weekend
- July 9: ODST Slayer rotates in for Shotty Snipers
- July 16: Rock 'n' Rail rotates in for ODST Slayer
- July 16: Warzone Assault goes live for the weekend
- July 23: CE Anniversary Throwback rotates in for Rock 'n' Rail
- July 30: Roaming King rotates in for CE Anniversary
- July 30: Warzone Turbo goes live for the weekend
343 also announced that all proceeds from REQ pack purchases will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund from June 19 to July 19, in response to the killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests.
Halo Infinite, the first entry in the series since 2015, is set to be shown by Microsoft during Xbox's July event. Not much is known about the game except that Microsoft said it built the brand new Slipspace engine to meet the game's ambitious goals and that the enemy faction from Halo Wars 2, the Banished, will be the antagonists of the game.
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