Halo Infinite may only be released last week. But Halo modification is an art that can be traced back decades, and the modder quickly opened 343’s latest work.
In the first week of the game, the modification is quite limited, and the game’s Nexus Mods page Only to realize that you can replace the loading screen of the game with any .mp4 mod you like. But in the past few days, some more ambitious works have appeared on the battlefield of Infinite.
Feeling a little underpowered by the Infinite Warthog? Then let me introduce you to the Tank Hog of GameCheat13.
But for any emerging Halo module maker, the real coming-of-age gift is figuring out how to make the latest variant of the Pelican transport plane fully flyable. This week, veteran Halo modmaker RejectedShotgun did exactly that-although he thought it required some work, it flew beautifully over Infinite’s large team battle arena.
Give it time, I hope he will come up with a way for you to use Pelican to airdrop something better than Gungoose for your team. Tank Hog creator GameCheat13 also successfully won Phantom Transport Ship Deported Work in the game to lay the foundation for some stupid aerial combat.
Infinite modding is still too early, but it’s worth seeing how 343 responds to these efforts. The studio actively encourages modifications in the Master Chief Collection and released a complete modification tool for Halos 1 to 3. But Halo Infinite is a real-time free game-and does not include the older exception or legal gray space Apex Legends underground mod scenes such as CS:GO. Contemporary F2P games are not often open to mods.
When MCC itself starts, you can choose to run the game without anti-cheat, but turn off the matching function, allowing you to freely process game files. Hope that similar features will eventually appear in Infinite.
Regardless of whether it is modified or not, the early peak of Halo Infinite’s impressive Forge mode shows that fan-made works will completely change what Halo Infinite will look like when it launches next year. But it’s still basically a closed box, and I’m very happy to see the mod makers continue to tear open the infinite guts and do things that the in-game editor does not allow.
At least, I hope some enterprising modules can be ported Yolast Island, The best halo map ever, enter the infinity.