Halo Infinite has been making the headlines quite a bit since the Flight Test finished, with five official maps and friendly fire confirmed for the game, though that might not be as significant as the recent discovery of Full System Scripting in Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode.
Originally, fans were disappointed at the lack of a Forge Mode in Halo Infinite at launch, with 343 Industries saying that the feature will be available on the game’s third season, but now that we know Full System Scripting might be coming, the delay makes sense.
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Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode Might Have Full Scripting System According to Data Mine
The Full System Scripting in Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode was discovered through data mining, with fans realizing that a Node Graph in the game’s data was similar to the Overwatch Workshop, with a good amount of customization that can make the shooter feel unique.
Whether this results in full-blown mini-games like the ones we see when Overwatch loads a game remains unknown, but that would be a huge boon and is one reason why fans are really excited to see Full System Scripting in Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode.
Considering how the Halo Infinite Forge Mode isn’t scheduled until the game’s third season, the Full Scripting System is likely in the early stages and won’t be announced for weeks, maybe even months from now.
Still, it’s another reason to be excited for the Halo Infinite Forge Mode and the Full Scripting System should allow for some awesome moments when the game comes out.
Halo Infinite will be coming to the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on December 8.