Someone by the name of Z Mods recently posted a movie on YouTube showing how they managed to create a Red Light, Green Light version of the hugely popular show Squid Game using Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode. This level editor has yet to be officially released, but that apparently didn’t hold back the enterprising modder.
“It took me a while to figure it all out and this is what I found,” Z Mods pointed out. “I rushed because I didn’t want to lose everything in a fall. Hope you enjoy.”
The mod remains a work in progress, but fans of Squid Game and Halo Infinite have picked up this last bit of leaked content using the level editor. “No matter what I did, the green light didn’t work. The object is there, but the light itself does not appear,” Z Mods remarked. “Please ignore this.” User RaiiN replied that “you have to redo it and turn it into a custom game when Forge comes out!”
This follows many other leaked mods, including a remake of the famous PT by Kojima Productions. Released for PS4 on August 12, 2014 as a free download via the PlayStation Store, PT was designed to be an interactive teaser for an entry in the Silent Hill series. The game was removed from the PlayStation Store shortly after it was cancelled, causing an outpouring of criticism.
Forge currently has no firm release date. The developer behind Halo Infinite, 343 Industries, previously noted that “we’ve been successful in having Forge in private flight with a limited audience for a while, so we’ve decided to forego a full-scale formal flight program and go straight to open beta.” The studio calls any form of testing “theft.” 343 Industries added that “with this approach, we can get Forge’s core tools to everyone faster while staying focused on our main priority of continuing to grow. improve fundamental aspects of Halo Infinite. Forge will persist from open beta, evolving and growing. overtime.”
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