- Excited for the popular Forge mode to come to Halo Infinite as well?
- It will, but it's going to take some time until developers are done with it.
- There are new photos that show leaked props from the last Halo's Forge.
- Many Infinite players are also saying that the game is boring and dying.
Ever since its December 2021 launch, Halo Infinite has become a favorite game for a lot of people, especially the die-hard series fans, who have been waiting for it for quite some time.
The multiplayer mode for this game keeps players engaged in an ever-growing, ever-changing battle against their enemies, and everything seems to be going great with this title.
Now, everyone is anxiously waiting for the Forge mode to become available for the latest Halo title, and we have something to show you since we’re talking about this.
As we all know, Forge mode is a staple of modern Halo games and a fan favorite that essentially acts as a content generation engine.
Players can create their own customized map variants, modes, and more to be shared with the rest of the player base and enhance the fun factor of multiplayer outside of the competitive scene and official playlists.
Officially, Forge mode for Halo Infinite is due to release alongside Season 3 of the game’s free-to-play multiplayer. We’re currently in Season 1, the end date of which was delayed until May 2022 back in November 2021.
Now, a new Reddit post shows us a photo of one of the props that we’ll get to work with when the above-mentioned mode becomes available.
So, if you are a Hansel and Gretel fan, then this is right up your alley. Of course, creators are going to throw these fun, unexpected Easter eggs at us, we just have to make the best of it.
These are without a doubt timed leaks, used to build up hype for the Forge, and we have to say that its pretty much working so far.
Here are some of the other Forge leaks for Halo Infinite that you might have missed:
- During the tech preview for Halo Infinite, gameplay was leaked from that build of the game
- Leaks_infinite on Twitter leaked some PC Forge controls, confirms an undo and redo command and a few forge piece categories.
- Cortana AI FX leak- not too many details involved with this leak besides it being a visual effect that can be used. Gameplay
- Forge Scripting Nodes- Halo Infinite will use some type of scripting code language similar to tools that Unreal Engine uses. Screenshots gameplay part 1 gameplay part 2
- Pelican flying in the map Bazaar
- Bazaar forge leaks- 4 different screenshots depicting a weapon, pelican, a phantom, and a spartan. The Spartan looks to be a forgeable item.
- Fireflies FX- a tweet to the gameplay
But even with all of this, there are, however, gamers that say that it’s already boring and dying, and can’t wait for developers to start working on the next one.
Are players already getting bored with Halo Infinite?
Even though the Halo Infinite online community can be considered as a healthy one, many players start to feel like the action has run its course, and it’s time to move on.
Indeed, there are naysayers in every domain known to mankind, and overlooking negative opinions is not as hard as it might seem at first.
However, when more and more people start having the same opinions, that’s when you know that there is actually a shred of truth to it.
Looking at Halo Infinite-related posts on social media can actually shed more light on the topic than reading reviews about it, and the players have spoken.
Even though, as we said, everyone pretty much likes the new game, people are starting to say that it already got boring and it needs new content as soon as possible.
The game needs new maps A.S.A.P its so boring
Like pretty much everything in history, doing too much of the same thing will lead to meaningless routine to boredom.
It’s true, there are a lot of trophies to be won and enemies to be outplayed, but Halo Infinite is beginning to become tedious for players, apparently.
We’re not saying this is the end of the latest Halo title, just that creators would really have some backup plans in place for such a situation.
The real question here is if the addition of new maps, trophies, as well as Forge mode, will be enough to keep the fan base as enticed and invested in Halo Infinite.
Remember that there are some security patches on the way for Halo Infinite, through which developers are trying to eliminate any form of cheating.
Only time will tell, and we will keep an eye open for any development. Have you already tried the latest Halo game?
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