Halo Infinite Forge will help players create their own mods with an in-depth, node-based script editor, according to a new leak.
The leak was shared online by Twitter user HaloNoticiasMX via screenshots and video, which apparently shows the new editor mode that 343 Industries hasn’t publicly unveiled yet. 343 has confirmed that, with campaign cooperation, Forge will not be available When hello infinity Launches in December, but from this initial look it looks like it will be worth the wait.
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The video begins with a brief look at Forge’s map-editing functions, then dives into menus players can use to create special events and interactions beyond the game’s usual rules. Its node-based script editor lets you visually assign actions to objects or overall parts of a game situation. In the inventive hands of the map and mode creation community, the two halves can be used for everything from creating new Halo-based games to narrative experiences and beyond. Dear Esther: When Halo Infinite Edition?
Forge Mode was originally introduced in Halo 3 and has since become a series staple. While the Technical Preview has given us A Good Look at Halo Infinite Multiplayer, And this old gameplay trailer To give us something to look forward to for the campaign, this leak is the first significant piece of Forge Mode we’ve seen so far.
343 Industries plans to release Forge Mode as part of Halo Infinity Season 3, which is expected to begin about six months after launch – around May 2022.
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