Halo Wars 2 gets new capabilities, and a lapse of Sergeant Johnson

According to Halo Waypoint, there is a new Halo Wars 2 DLC available, bringing a lapse of Sergeant Johnson and his “Green Machine” mech suit, along with a new, giveaway refurbish that brings a series of new capabilities on Xbox One and Windows 10.

In further to Sergeant Johnson, a new Halo Wars 2 patch refurbish brings a series of underline improvements, including HDR lighting support (on Xbox One only), dual new visible themes for Blitz mode’s Proving Grounds map, and as good as bug fixes and diversion opening fixes. Here’s a demeanour during a Sergeant Johnson DLC launch trailer.

As we might recall, Sergeant Johnson is dead, though somehow he is conveniently brought behind to life to assistance quarrel The Banished in Halo Wars 2. Johnson brings with him new mechs to assistance we in your quarrel opposite The Banished, including Mantis, a some-more heavily armored Veteran Mantis, and Colossus. There are also some useful diversion invulnerability powerups available: Siege Turret Drop and Bunker Drop, and vicious bonuses to assistance in your time of need with a EMP MAC Blast and Mech Overcharge.

There are additional abilities accessible in Halo Wars 2 with a Sergeant Johnson DLC to take out your enemies regulating a Leader Power circle in Deathmatch, Domination, and Strongholds diversion modes, here they are:

  • Tier One: Remote Sensors (Passive) – Structures and prisoner points have increasing line of steer Restoration Drones (Active) – Drones that reanimate accessible units

  • Tier Two: Digging In (Passive) – Reduces a cost of defensive turrets and orbital defensive call-ins (including Bunkers)

  • Tier Three: Pelican Transport (Active) – Johnson exclusively gains an additional turn of this energy to packet his mechs around some-more effectively

  • Ultimates: Digging in Deep (Passive) – Makes all customary building slots totally free!

The full recover records for a Halo Wars 2 patch refurbish are available here. The Sergeant Johnson DLC is enclosed with a Halo Wars 2 Season Pass, though can also be purchased alone for $5.99 on Xbox One and Windows 10.


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