The best Halo Infinite Forge maps we’ve seen so far


Halo Infinite’s Forge mode has finally arrived thanks to the recent launch of the game’s large Winter Update, and ever since the map-making tool has been available, players have been using its advanced functions to make incredible creations. Images and videos of maps with everything from beautiful-looking environments to powerful scripted events made using Forge’s node-based programming language have sprung up all over social media as talented Forgers continue to show what the tool is capable of.

While many of these maps are still in a work-in-progress state since their architects are still working out concepts, layouts, aesthetics, and more, there are also a wide variety of excellent maps that are largely finished and currently available to bookmark. Here’s a collection of some of our favorites, as well as details about how you can play them and links to where you can find them on the Halo Waypoint Content Browser.

How to play Halo Infinite Forge maps

The Halo Infinite Content Browser can be used in-game, but it’s also available on the Halo Waypoint website. (Image credit: Windows Central)

In order to save and play a Halo Infinite Forge map, you’ll have to bookmark it using the Halo Infinite Content Browser. This tool allows you to search for maps that other players have uploaded based on everything from total bookmarks and publication date to title keywords and the number of people that have played on it. Note that the Content Browser can be accessed within the Halo Infinite game client and from the Content Browser section of Halo Waypoint, though you’ll need to make sure you’re logged into your Xbox account while using the latter.





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