Halo is a great shooter, but it's also a great editor. Via Forge, players have for years come up with impressive creations, but few are as big as this one.
We're not used to seeing Halo and Zelda cross over, but a Halo 5 Forge tinkerer has done just that.
Over a year after launch, Halo 5 is getting a custom game browser.
The Monitor's Bounty update, due out tomorrow, 8th December, adds a join in progress custom game browser to Halo 5 on Xbox One and Windows 10.
The new custom games browser lets you search for in-progress games from the main menu. Games you can join are based on their privacy settings when they are created in the lobby.
Halo 5 players on Xbox One have used Forge mode to create some amazing maps. Remember the podrace from Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace? Earlier this year A Forge expert recreated that in Halo 5.
We're used to cool Easter eggs in video game software, but rarely do we see them in video game hardware.
In an interview with Wesley yesterday, Xbox boss Phil Spencer strongly suggested that if you use a 1080p TV for gaming then the new and more powerful Xbox, Project Scorpio, "is not going to do anything for you".
Halo 5's Forge map creator is coming to Windows 10 as a standalone free download later this year.