Halo: The Master Chief Collection is getting updates that will make it easier to report players. Halo 5: Guardians just got a detailed event calendar.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection devs are still slowly chipping away at the game's issues and releasing patches just like the one from earlier in August. That patch brought fixes for issues around matchmaking in low population regions as well as the coveted "Report Player" button. The latter makes reporting players possible in-game, without having to visit the Halo Support site.
Halo 5: Guardians upcoming event calendar
Halo Infinite might be a long way away right now but you can still jump into Halo 5: Guardians and do damage to some bases and enemy cores, all the while earning XP towards SR152 and the Watchdog Coating.
Halo 5: Guardians events in August
- August 12: Warzone Assault goes live for the weekend
- August 19: Core Play rotates in for Triple Team
- August 26: Covenant Slayer rotates in for Core Play
- August 26: Warzone Turbo goes live for the weekend
Halo 5: Guardians events in September
- September 2: Fall 2021 Arena Season begins
- September 2: Ranked Mythic Arena rotates in for Ranked Snipers for the month
- September 2: Rock 'n' Rail rotates in for Covenant Slayer
- September 9: Roaming King rotates in for Rock 'n' Rail
- September 16: ODST Slayer rotates in for Roaming King
- September 16: Warzone Assault goes live for the weekend
- September 23: Grifball rotates in for Roaming King
- September 30: Community Slayer rotates in for Grifball
- September 30: Warzone Turbo goes live for the weekend