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1.9.15 - Content Update Notes

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Last week, we introduced Breakout, a new game type, to the Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer Beta, along with Battle Rifle starts. For the final week of the beta, we’re introducing another game type: Strongholds. To win, teams must control the majority of bases. Teams earn one point per second for every controlled base more than the enemy team. You’ll be able to play Strongholds on Regret and Empire.

There will also be two maps swapped into the Slayer playlist. You’ll once again be able to wield the Prophet’s Bane, and cut through your opponent’s on Truth. Additionally, based on your votes, you’ll now be able to play on a new Forge map, Pegasus.

We appreciate your feedback thus far through the beta. Please continue to send your feedback and report issues to our Halo 5: Guardians MP Support Section. Lastly, we also have a batch of images for the new maps, which you can check out below.

We’ll see you on the battlefield. 

HALO 5: GUARDIANS MULTIPLAYER BETA - Forge Maps

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