Halo 5's Next Free Expansion Out Now, Here's Everything It Adds and New Trailer
Hog Wild is out now.
[UPDATE] The Hog Wild expansion is now live, 343 has announced. Additionally, the developer released a new trailer for it. Take a look:
Doom Eternal's Combat Is Absolute Chaos, And It's Awesome Doom Eternal Is Metal As F**k 7 Minutes Of Brutal Doom Eternal PC Gameplay Doom Eternal Has A Hub Area, Here's What's In it DOOM Eternal: Glory Kills Compilation 7 Wildly Unique Games You Should Play In 2020 Untitled Goose Game Lego Sets Could Be A Thing - GS News Update Sega Has Lots Of Sonic News For 2020 - GS News Update Temtem - Official Anime Opening Launch Trailer Pokemon-Inspired MMO, Temtem, Just Launched Early Access Guilty Gear STRIVE - Faust Gameplay Reveal Trailer Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions - Announcement Trailer
The original story is below.
Halo 5's Hog Wild expansion launches later today, introducing new Warthogs, additional armor sets, and a hybrid weapon scope, among other things. Unlike past expansions, Hog Wild does not come with any new multiplayer maps--but there is a reason for that.
Hog Wild is Halo 5's second free expansion to arrive in May, following Memories of Reach earlier in the month. You can see all of the new Reqs in the image below, while the gallery shows some in better detail.
As announced previously, Hog Wild was set to include "bigger items," but they needed "a bit more time for finishing touches and polish." As such, they will now be included with the Warzone Firefight expansion at the end of June, which 343 says is the game's largest ever.
It does not look like the Hog Wild update is out in the wild yet. We'll update this post later today when the expansion goes live on Xbox One.
Hog Wild is Halo 5's sixth free expansion. The other ones were The Battle of Shadow and Light (November), Cartographer's Gift (December), Infinity's Armor (January), Hammer Storm (February), Ghosts of Meridian (April), and Memories of Reach (May).
In other Halo news, it was reported recently that Microsoft's "Project Helix" will see future Halo games released across console and PC. On the more immediate horizon, Halo 5's Forge tools are coming to PC, but there is no matchmaking.
GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.
Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email email@example.com