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Halo infinite has released nearly half an hour of in-game footage for the upcoming Forge system, a massive feature that has been sorely missed. The game mode, which allows players to create their own maps and games, is expected to roll out on November 8, 2022.
You can see today’s full Forge mode showcase at Halo’s official YouTube channel here:
That glory franchise has seen a tremendously steep decline and equally severe fan backlash. Crucial foundation for the franchise has been missing since day one, and Halo infinite have received less support or communication compared to previous installments.
343 Industries even reversed their announcement to implement split-screen cooperative gameplay, one of the core features of the glory, betrays families and friends who played together under Bungie’s control. Not everyone can afford two consoles, TVs and Xbox Gold subscriptions.
Few updates, limited maps, bad match passes. It all came to a head when calls to fire the 343i recently ended up trending on Twitter.
Now the Forge system has the potential to allow it glory fans some breathing room, and basically fix the game itself. That glory The community has proven to be one of the most creative and joyful, and now their skills will be opened up to unprecedented levels of freedom.
All of the footage from the first look at the Forge is promising, from simple quality-of-life changes like the undo/redo feature, to extensive terrain control and more. With a bigger budget and more expansive options, it seems that the new generation of gamers won’t have to rely so much on modding.
With future Forge videos on the horizon, it feels like a step in the right direction. Today’s reveals show a lot more effort compared to other aspects of the game. But there’s a lot more to go, and none of the 343’s catch-up feels stable enough for a 10-year-old game.
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