It appears that a new video for Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode has been leaked online, giving us a glimpse at it. This latest gameplay video reveals object scaling, which enables you to increase or decrease an object’s size.
Halo Infinite Forge will be basically an Editor for the latest Halo game. Via this mode, players will be able to customize, save, and share maps for Custom Games.
According to reports, Forge Mode will be available with Halo Infinite’s Season 3. 343 Industries is also beta testing the game’s campaign co-op mode (which will also be available soon-ish).
I’ve also included below some earlier leaked gameplay videos for Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode. These videos showcase auto turrets and its weapon combining feature.
Halo Infinite leaked forge gameplay reveals object scaling, which enables you to increase or decrease an objects size. This will allow for some fun and wild custom games and maps. Gameplay by YouTuber: Unseen Halo. #Halo #HaloInfinite #Xbox pic.twitter.com/pLJLdhomsn
— Rebs Gaming (@Mr_Rebs_) July 1, 2022
Leaked Halo Infinite forge gameplay explains the weapon combining feature that allows you to create new weapon abilities! #Halo #HaloInfinite #Xbox
Credit to YouTuber: Bradguy123 pic.twitter.com/GkaW2LqjA1
— Rebs Gaming (@Mr_Rebs_) June 18, 2022
Halo Infinite Forge leaked gameplay reveals auto turrets! These are early, unfinished models from files found within Forge. These would be game changers for custom games. Credit to YouTuber Alpha Archive. #HaloInfinite #Xbox pic.twitter.com/XjSzUGN9A5
— Rebs Gaming (@Mr_Rebs_) June 20, 2022
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