A tool that will benefit multiplayer
Thus, through a long Frequently Asked Questions (open the page in private browsing if it displays “Internal Server Error”) relating to the Forge, the studio confirms that the famous remake of The Pitemblematic map ofHalo 3will indeed arrive this year, in addition to the new maps of the update.
Speaking of multiplayer, it will be enriched with a new playlist to allow players to compete on modes and maps forged by the community. This process will take time, however, as 343 Industries has to wait for creators to make content, then verify that they meet all of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer requirements, and finally add them to the playlist.
Thus, it will be necessary to expect an evolving playlist which will be embellished with maps and modes over time. However, the studio does not specify when it will be available.
New features are coming to the Forge
Regarding the Forge itself, the developer confirms that he is working on adding campaign AIs to the tool. This is enough to leave you dreaming since you can legitimately imagine a variety of modes with a PVE component, especially since the Spartans bots will be available when the beta is released.
To help create cards like the main enemies of Halo Infinite, the studio is also working on a palette relating to Outcasts. However, the latter will not be immediately available.
Finally, we learn that it will later be possible to place water. Suffice to say that this further expands the spectrum of possibilities offered by the Forge.
The Winter Update, which will mark the start of the Forge beta, will be available for free on November 8 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC via Steam and the Microsoft Store. You will therefore be able to experience the joys of creating in 8-person cooperation with your friends very soon.