Halo Infinite’s much-anticipated Forge Mode has yet to be released, but that hasn’t stopped @DeathTempler from recreating P.T.’s terrifying hallway in an early version of it.
As reported by PC Gamer, certain players like Death Templer have found a way to access an unfinished version of Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode in the latest co-op campaign test flight and it has given these creators some powerful tools to create some impressive pieces of work.
You can watch a walkthrough of P.T.’s hallway in Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode by clicking here, and you can see that the newest iteration of Forge allows for much more customization, better lighting options, more varied sound effects, and more.
This is only the beginning for Death Templer’s mission to recreate P.T., as he has a goal to “make PT so well in Forge one day, it prompts a cease and desist from Konami.”
PC Gamer notes that players should avoid trying to access Forge mode and wait for the Open Beta in September as the process requires third-party tools that very well may get you banned by 343 Industries. The ban hammer has yet to be swung by the Halo developer, but it may just be a matter of time now.
Forge Mode is one part of the 2022 roadmap for Halo Infinite alongside campaign mission replay, campaign network co-op, season 3, new narrative events, campaign splitscreen co-op, and more.
P.T., which was a demo for the canceled Silent Hills game from Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro, was set to star Norman Reedus and be the next step forward for the Silent Hill franchise. Unfortunately, Silent Hills was canceled by Konami and P.T. was removed from the PlayStation store for good.
The rumor mill for a new entry in the Silent Hill series has been pretty busy in recent months, and May 2022 saw an image of a potential new game leak and then get swiftly deleted.
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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.
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