Halo 5 is getting more free content in September, both on the Xbox One and on Windows 10. First up is the Anvil’s Legacy multiplayer pack, which will feature a new map for Arena called Mercy, and one for Warzone called Tempest, which is set on the Elite homeworld of Sanghelios. As always, there’ll also be new weapons and REQs, include sound dampener attachments and weapon and armor skins. Finally, there’ll be a content browser for Forge Mode that’ll make it easier to find fan-made content, along with support for custom maps and modes.
Speaking of Forge, it’ll be coming to Windows 10 next month as well. It’ll have mouse and keyboard support, 4K resolution, and the ability to host matches for up to 16 players. The content browser will spread across both platforms, so you’ll be able to download an Xbox One custom map and play it on your PC, and vice versa.
Halo 5: Forge and Anvil’s Legacy will be coming to their respective systems simultaneously on Sept. 8.