343 Industries, the studio behind Halo 5: Guardians, has been working quite hard lately. And currently, many fans are curious about Anvil’s Legacy and the Forge file content browser that will be made available in a couple of days. However, nobody expected confirmation of a custom game browser already being developed.
Frank O’Connor, who works as a developer for 343 Industries and generally known under the username Stinkles, released some information on NeoGAF. He casually let fans know the release of the custom game browser might happen sooner than they expected. He added that he believes this would drive the entire community crazy.
However, people weren’t that excited for the first time, but when Josh Holmes also followed up, fans started taking things seriously. He declared that there would be a new feature similar to a custom game browser which extends the already existing file browser. He also said that the company wanted to build something like that for years and they finally succeeded in doing so as part of their continuous support they offer for the game.
Apparently, more details will be let loose as we approach the browser’s release, but all in all, this new thing will keep gamers close to their PCs and consoles. For now, we know the team is working on it and that the file browser will see the light of the day on September 8.
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