Halo Infinite is now confirmed to have the well loved Forge mode. This is a part of the Halo series that allows players to create custom level variants. This has expended in scope over the years providing empty sandboxes with tons of items and creation options to make whatever players would like to.
The Forge mode even found its way to PC (Halo 5: Guardians) for players on that platform to use it for building custom opportunities to play. The system Lead Designer for Forge, Michael Schorr is able to confirm its inclusion in the next generation Halo title and that it will have undo/redo buttons for the first time.
A small quote about this aspect “While this may not seem like huge news to some, it means the ability to create worlds to others. And yes, Undo/redo buttons deserve to be a bullet point here as well. These have probably been the most requested Feature since the launch of Forge in Halo 3, back in 2007, and we're excited to be finally be able to deliver this to fans in Halo Infinite.”
So it just generally took them a number of years to include that feature, but it’s great that this element of the series will continue forward into the next release. I have personally spent many countless hours creating unique maps, sharing them in custom games and now that’s going to proudly expand into the future of the franchise.
Halo Infinite is set to release alongside Xbox Scarlett in Fall 2020, as well as being on Xbox One consoles. You can check out our general hub for additional details on what’s going on in the Halo universe, or read about the game’s cooperative inclusions below.
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