Halo Infinite: Forge Mode gets a date and arrives in November
After some delays, 343 Industries has finally announced a release date for Halo Infinite’s Forge mode: November 8th. On that same date, the community will also have access to online co-op for the campaign.
For those who don’t know, Forge mode allows fans to create their own content within the game, especially new maps with the help of a sophisticated editor. To give you an idea, some time ago we even had reports of the PT demo and Call of Duty things in the game destined for Xbox and PC.
The producer also revealed that on November 8 Two new multiplayer maps will be added that were entirely created with the help of Forge mode. The full version of the online co-op campaign is also expected to be released, with new achievements, mission replays and more.
What about split-screen co-op?
If at this point you’re wondering about local split-screen co-op, bad news: the producer revealed that she gave up this project due to other priorities.
“To improve and accelerate the delivery of services that are under development and to add quality player-reported stuff in updates, we have reallocated studio resources and are no longer working on split-screen local campaign mode.”