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Halo 5 Update Changes Warzone Firefight Mode, See the Patch

2016-07-20  Free Games     Source: 未知  
Following its release at the end of June, 343 Industries has now pushed out an update for Halo 5's newest mode, Warzone Firefight. As outlined in this week's Community Update blog post, 343 laid out all of the changes delivered to the mode

Following its release at the end of June, 343 Industries has now pushed out an update for Halo 5's newest mode, Warzone Firefight. As outlined in this week's Community Update blog post, 343 laid out all of the changes delivered to the mode through the update this week.

There are changes for Warzone Firefight's five of six maps, and they involve things like moving objectives to different rounds and reducing the number of target kill assignments. You can see the complete patch notes below.

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343 multiplayer designer David Ellis said the amount of data being generated from Warzone Firefight playthroughs has "grown exponentially" since the mode's beta in April this year. The beta only had one map, Escape from A.R.C, but the full release has six.

"In general, we're pleased with what we've seen regarding the conquering of those pesky AI foes," Ellis said. "However, that data, alongside feedback gathered from a variety of internet locales and social media, helped us identify a few objectives that were not playing at a difficulty appropriate to the round where they exist."

Ellis mentioned that, in addition to what's mentioned in the patch notes, there are some "additional under the hood changes in this release that should improve your in-game experience" as well as help prepare for future updates.

Warzone Firefight Patch Notes:URBANMoved "Defend the Garage" objective from Round 1 to Round 2Moved "Defend the Forerunner Powercore" (Hill) objective to Round 3Moved "Eliminate Knight Sublimis and the Phaeton Helmsmen" objective to Round 4Moved "Eliminate the Banshee Raiders" objective to Round 4Moved "Kill 35 Prometheans" objective to Round 3MARCH ON STORMBREAKReduced target number for "Kill Soldiers" objective in Round 2 from 50 to 35Reduced target number for "Kill Knights" objective in Round 4 from 25 to 20RAID ON APEX 7Moved "Kill 60 Grunts" objective to Round 3Moved Solder Bandit boss objective to Round 3Moved "Eliminate the Hunter Particulars" objective to round 4Moved "Eliminate the Hunter Premiers" objective to round 3Moved "Eliminate the Warden Eternal" objective to Round 4Moved "Kill 25 Knights" objective to Round 4Reduced number of knight waves that come in with Grunt Boss in Round 5SKIRMISH AT DARKSTARMoved "Defend the Armory" (Promethean) to Round 2Moved "Defend the Armory" (Covenant) to Round 1Moved "Eliminate the Soldier Commandos" objective to Round 4Moved "Eliminate the Phaeton Helmsmen" objective to Round 4Moved "Eliminate the Warden Eternal" objective to Round 3ESCAPE FROM A.R.C.Moved "Defend the Garage" objective to round 4Moved "Eliminate the Recon Pilots" objective to Round 3

It's not just Halo 5's Warzone Firefight that received an update this week. 343 also pushed out a fix for a lighting issue on Forge's new Tidal canvas.

"Ironically enough, the issue arose in relation to a change we made in how we structure the map internally--a change that we thought would actually optimize the map a bit more," user-generated content lead Tom French said. "Unfortunately, it actually ended up causing everything in the sky box to re-light bake unnecessarily, resulting in drastically increased bake times. This new hotfix should address these issues and immediately improve players' Forging experience on Tidal."

In other news about Forge, 343 released the following image without context:

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This could be an image from Halo 5's upcoming file browser, which will be available on Xbox One as well as Windows 10 PC.

Go to Halo Waypoint to read the full Community Update post.

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