Halo: Infinite has managed to capture fan interest again thanks to the showcase of its multiplayer during E3, which is going to be a separate free-to-play game that will be released alongside the main game.
It seems like 343 Industries is trying to capture the multiplayer magic of previous Halo games with Halo: Infinite so fans are happy to see all of these features making a comeback and getting refined.
Will Halo: Infinite Have A Forge Mode?
One feature that’s been confirmed but hasn’t been showcased is the Halo: Infinite Forge Mode.
As any hardcore Halo fan knows, the Forge Mode allows players to make their own custom maps and share them online for more multiplayer chaos so it’s only natural to see this return in Halo: Infinite.
Sadly, details on the Halo: Infinite Forge Mode have yet to be detailed so we’ll have to wait for a lengthy trailer or two before anything concrete can be said so let’s just hope this is better than previous games.
Admittedly, the lack of Halo: Infinite Forge Mode during E3 week is pretty disappointing, but just knowing that it will be there on release is something to look forward to.
We’re sure that the folks at 343 Industries are working hard so that the mode won’t be buggy on release and we wouldn’t blame them if they delayed its release.
Only time will tell if this will be the best version of Forge Mode in any Halo game but we can only hope it ends up being decent, at the very least.
Halo: Infinite doesn’t have a release date yet but is expected to come out later this year on Xbox One and Xbox Series X.