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Here are some cool Halo 2, Halo 3, Battlefield 4, Fallout 3 & Halo 5 map remakes for Halo: Infinite

Over the past month, modders have been remaking a lot of maps for various games in Halo: Infinite. As such, we’ve decided to share these cool map remakes of Halo 2, Halo 3, Battlefield 4, Fallout 3 and Halo 5 that you can download and play.

Let’s start with the Halo 2 map remake. Created by TA747, this map brings Ivory Tower to Halo Infinite. This is still a WIP map, though you can go ahead and download it from here.

Then we have the Sandtrap map from Halo 3. This map is recommended for BTB Slayer (200 points to win) and CTF game modes, and you can download it from here.

Next we have the Plaza map from Halo 5. Although 343 Industries plans to add a Plaza map in Season 3, Halo 5 fans can go ahead and download this fan remake from here. This map is recommended for 4v4 game modes and FFA (12 max).

Battlefield 4’s iconic Operation Metro map is also available for Halo: Infinite. Its creator, DeathTempler, recommends this map for “Operation Metro Strongholds”. You can download it from here.

And lastly, we have the Megaton map remake from Fallout 3. This is something special for all Fallout fans, and you can download the map from here.

Kudos to Rebs Gaming for sharing these Halo Infinite maps!

Operation Metro | Forge


Halo Infinite Forge Plaza (Halo 5) remake by Total Legend

Fallout 3 Megaton city in Halo Infinite Forge!

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