Although the focus is on displacement Halo InfiniteMaster Chief-focused Developer 343 Industries Surprised Fans Recently big update to Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Full set of patch notes includes PC modding tools, additional medals for Halo 3, as well as new cross-play options for the co-op campaign. However, the most interesting change is the new version of Firefight for Halo 3: ODST. In this co-op mode, players will now face the franchise’s zombie horrors as they evolve into never-before-seen forms.
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Unlike all others Halo games, ODST allows players to stand on the feet of soldiers not enhanced by Spartan armor and abilities. This gives the developers a unique opportunity for storytelling, as the Flood forms in this mode can capture player corpses as a new infected ODST variant. Other new forms include infected civilians and a more powerful elite major with energy shields. Flood also restores the ability to drive vehicles in this mode, which hasn’t happened since. Halo 2campaign.
Flood and Covenant enemies will appear in many game modes. ODST gunplay, and their debut comes along with a few other improvements to the mode. The Energy Sword and Sentinel Beam will make their first appearances in the game, and ODST will be able to use their VISR to see enemies even in the thick fog that accompanies the flood waves.
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The Floodfight update is now available in Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC and Xbox, and 343 Industries promises this won’t be the last cheer for an eight-year-old compilation. Future updates are in the works, which include quality of life updates, more mod support, and some armor options and customization left over from the game’s various Battle Passes.