You are halo series, and the gorgeous alien world it takes you to? In the series’ 20-year history, we’ve been to some great places: the dark forest and vast interior of 323 Guilty Spark in Halo 1, the Forerunner Gas Mine in Halo 2, or the massive open world of Zeta Halo in Halo Infinite .
However, it looks like members of the Halo community want to throw their hats in the ring with their jaw-dropping Unreal Engine 5 fan project. The creators of Gearbox’s level designer Infinite Forges, called “Fractured,” showed off their latest exploration experience in the video embedded below. This is fantastic and well worth a look.
The setting sun blanketed the map in an orange glow, and the demo showed the player character exploring a tropical area covered in palms and other lush vegetation, which collided perfectly with the hexagonal structures and giant triangular Forerunner structures that make up Zeta Halo. You can see the sparks overhead.
Browse the Infinite Forges channel for a number of videos documenting the different steps taken to bring this fan project to life. There are hours of live video available to watch, so if you’re curious about the process of creating one of these great Unreal Engine 5 fan projects we’ve covered on our site, this might be the perfect opportunity to find out.
As for Infinite Forges, they wrote in the video description of the Fractured demo that they intend to create more content for their channel, so it’s definitely worth following them if you like what they’re doing here.
For more Unreal Engine 5 coverage, check out our report on this hilarious Squirrel Unreal Engine 5 demo, as well as Gears 5 developers The Coalition advancing their own Unreal Engine 5 project.
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