Halo Infinite has just suffered another leak, courtesy of the Twitter account Halo Infinite Leaks and News. On it, the account shows details about its Forge mode, which we know has been delayed until after its initial December 8, 2021 launch. It's actually supposed to launch in Halo Infinite's Season 3, which is 6 months after its launch, so around Summer 2022. This isn't the only leak either, with the Halo Infinite campaign leaked by a technical preview back in August, which means that there are fairly big spoilers for the game's campaign floating around the internet.
What's in Halo Infinite's Forge mode leak?
The Forge leak reveals a Forge Node Graph, which potentially means that the mode will receive a scripting system of its own:
Basically, the Twitter post shows that nodes within what looks like to be a scripting system in the latest version of the Forge mode. This could lead to a lot of interesting custom modes and maps if this is the case, which definitely has been with less powerful Forge modes. It almost brings to mind Overwatch's Workshop or StarCraft 2's map creator, where MMO's and Diablo 2 conversion mods were created among other mods. Who knows if Infinite's Forge mode will be nearly as powerful, but this looks promising at the very least.
Players will apparently also be able to toggle move speed, open object properties, and the object browser, as well as change game logic on pretty much everything you can think of. There's a 2-minute video showing off its capabilities below:
Node graph menu por adamisgood pic.twitter.com/NW00cTX2r4— Halo Infinite Leaks & News (@HaloNoticiasMX) October 8, 2021
If this is true and not an incredibly well-put-together fake, then it looks like the sky is the limit for Halo Infinite's Forge mode. Until then, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more updates.
What do you think of this potential leak? Are you ready to delve into Halo Infinite's Forge mode? Would you play a Battle Royale mod? Let us know in the comments!