Halo 5 Metroid Prime Inspired Forge Map Shared Online

Francesco De Meo
Posted Dec 29, 2015
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One of the more interesting features of the latest entry of the Halo series, Halo 5 Guardians, is Forge mode. In this mode players are able to create their own multiplayer maps and share them with other players all over the world. In the past few weeks plenty of very interesting maps based on a variety of franchises such as Metal Gear Solid and Star Wars have been created and shared online and today another unique Forge map has been shared by a dedicated Halo 5 player.

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The new Halo 5 Forge Mapcreated by user Omni42 is called Primus and it’s been inspired by the unique first person series Metroid Prime, originally released on Nintendo GameCube. The map tries to recreate some of the more interesting features of the games developed by Retro Studios so fans of the Metroid Prime series should find plenty to like in it. If you don’t own Halo 5 or if you simply want to check out the map before downloading it you can check it out in the video right below.

Halo 5 Guardians is the latest entry of the Halo series developed by 343 Industries. The game doesn’t play all that differently from previous Halo games, with players exploring a variety of locations in first person view mode. The game also features a third person view mode during cutscenes and specific gameplay sequences. The basic Halo gameplay experience has also been enriched with some new features such as Spartan Abilities, new mobility options, NPC Spartans present during most of the game that can receive orders from the player and more. The already mentioned Forge mode is  also another very interesting feature which expands  the Halo 5 experienceconsiderably.

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Halo 5 Guardians is now available in all regions exclusively on Xbox One. Forge maps are getting shared online quite frequently and we will show you the more interesting ones as soon as possible.

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