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Get Ready For Some Forge-Filled Fun With New Map Editing Video For Halo 4

Posted on Tuesday, October 9 @ 15:05:18 PST by Alex_Osborn

Those of you with a strong creative side and a love for all things Halo will likely be interested to know what 343i is offering in Halo 4's Forge mode. This user-friendly map editor boasts a number of new changes that offer plenty new options for players looking to customize their multiplayer experience.

For all of the details, you can check out the video above, courtesy of GameSpot. Some of the most notable additions include an Ordinance System, which allows the customization of ordinance drops around the map, as well as the inclusion of Gravity Volumes, which allows for specific zones of the map to be designated as low gravity areas.

Be sure to comment below, letting us know what you think of the new and improved map editing system.
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Tags:   Halo, 343 Industries

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