One of the most anticipated video games this year, particularly amongst Xbox One is Halo 5: Guardians. With a slated release date on Oct. 27 this year, game developer 343 Industries promises plenty of improvements to make the upcoming installment more exciting and fun for gamers.
The developers at 343 Industry have fine-tuned the Spawning System of Halo 5: Guardians so that the spawn points in the Area mode will not be randomly selected and leave players upset with the gameplay, said Game Zone.
The pro-team of Halo 5: Guardians have made improved tweaks into the spawning system to meet the expectations of the gamers. The report said the improvement does remove the spawn control or map control in the multi-player mode but it will be more balanced in the next edition of the Halo franchise.
More good news, 343 Industry said they are not yet finished in developing the spawn system and are asking players to provide them with feedbacks once the game are released so they will get more inputs on how to further improve the gameplay. It added that the Warzone will feature its own spawn system called the Bro Spawn, that works on a macro level and find a group of players moving together and where the enemies are located.
The improvement in Halo 5's spawning system is 343 Industry's acknowledgement the important of the spawn points in shooting tames so you will not re-spawn in some random part of the game and found yourself surrounded by enemies or land in some isolated spot.
Halo 5: Guardians Discards Map Voting in Multiplayer
Meanwhile, Halo 5: Guardians will no longer allow players to vote or veto maps in the multiplayer mode, according to Techno Buffalo.
This is a new feature players aimed at preventing players to choose maps they are familiar with that gives them an extra advantage against other players in the multiplayer mode. Previously, players are allowed to vote to select the next map in the game play.
343 Industry Studios head Josh Holmes, said the change will see players using a regular map rotation.
The change was met with positive reactions from fans of the game because this will eliminate playing the same map out of the several available because of the voting process.
Halo 5: Guardians will be released exclusively for Xbox One on Oct. 27.