Someone Remade A Bunch Of Classic Custom Halo 3 Maps In The New Halo

The ability to create and tinker with custom maps in the Halo series was first introduced in Halo 3's Forge mode. Players went wild with it, creating all sorts of maps and introducing new gameplay rules to go along with it.

Take, for instance, Duck Hunt, where the objective isn't exactly a team versus team scenario, but rather one sniper against many "ducks" who try to scurry safely across the map.

Here's an example of how that works out:

Forge maps can be fun and creative twists on the standard shooter modes with standard rules.

Now that Halo 3 is back on the mind with the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, player GrammyXBL has been hard at work bringing back a handful of those classic custom Halo 3 maps in brand new HD.

You can see a montage of a preview of some of those maps in the video at the top. GrammyXBL certainly isn't the only one remaking some of these custom maps/games, but the creator in this case seems to have worked on quite a few and is offering to share them with other players.

(via Reddit)


    I remember one absolutely brilliant one which was like an assault course that you had to navigate yourself to the end goals using precision jumping, gravity hammer jumps, grenade jumps and so on. It had 3 paths you could choose from, but I can't remember the name.

    How are these maps shared and distributed. I remember when Bungie's site was in charge it was easy managing your in-gane file-share and sharing stuff with the community via bnet was a dream. But 343's site pales in comparison (when it actually loads).

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