Fan recreates Halo Infinite's PT in leaked Forge Mode
There is one player who has recreated the famous hallway from PT in Halo Infinite's currently unreleased Forge mode.Three43 Industries confirmed that a fan-favorite mode would not be included in Halo Infinite when it was released last year.
By creating their own custom game experiences in the Forge mode, players can come up with a bunch of creative matches and ideas. It is not uncommon for players to recreate things like Duck Hunt or Grifball in the Forge, which is a Halo-inspired version of Rugby or Football.
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The Forge isn't officially available yet, but leaked videos have spread on the Internet anyway. Halo Infinite has had a rocky post-launch, but some players are looking forward to Forging mode. The Forge mode in Halo Infinite has leaked footage and screenshots that show it to be quite detailed.
Additionally, the game supports a graphical interface that allows for in-game scripting, which allows for creating some wild custom games. Players have been tinkering with Halo Infinite's unreleased mode, with one fan managing to recreate PT in the game.
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The YouTuber Death Templer uploaded a video showing their recreation of PT, walking through the same hallways as fans would see in the original. There is also the same haunting atmosphere, sound effects, and radio that were so prevalent in the original.
Because Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter, it helps recreate the same first-person view that the player would have in the original PT. According to a pinned comment from Templer, this demo was a passion project, so they tried to recreate it in Forge as closely as possible to the original.
This was an early build and some things remained in the unreleased Forge due to its state. The whole Halo Infinite's Forge mode will be recreated by Templer in time for Halo Infinite's official release.
As a result, guns will be removed, the FOV in the game will be reduced, as will as some additional playtime in the area. This demo video has a Lisa breathing audio cue that was edited, not a feature in-game yet, but it did confuse some paranoid commenters expecting a jump scare.
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