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Halo 5: Forge will get a game server browser post-launch

Halo 5: Forge will get a game server browser post-launch

Halo Forge PC System Requirements.

Halo 5: Forge will get a game server browser post-launch

 

343's franchise development director for Halo, Franl O'Connor has confirmed that Halo 5: Forge will be getting a custom game server browser post-launch, allowing players to easily find and play multi-player matches. 

This move will allow Halo 5: Forge to potentially create its own multiplayer community on the PC platform, featuring full mouse/keyboard support and support for high resolutions.  

Halo 5 Forge will be coming to PC on September 8th, allowing PC gamers to design maps and play custom matches with up to 16 friends. 

Below is Frank O'Connor's statement to NeoGaf:

 

       Dude I’m getting good at Mouse/Keyboard. I may get a gaming rig for my house. Once the custom game browser is available I think the community might get crazy legit.

Won’t be there at launch. But it’s comin

 

Halo 5: Forge will get a game server browser post-launch

 

 The release of Halo 5: Forge on PC will come with the highly anticipated Anvil's Legacy free content update, which will add a lot of new content to Halo 5: Forge as well as add several new maps, weapons and features to Forge.  

The PC system requirements for Halo 5: Forge have been released, requiring a quad-core CPU, 8GB of RAM and 40GB of hard drive space. At a minimum, gamers will require a GTX 650Ti or higher and require a GTX 970 for 1080p 60FPS gameplay and a GTX 980Ti for 4K 60FPS gameplay. 

You can see Halo 5: Forge's full PC system requirements here. 

 

You can join the discussion on Halo 5: Forge gaining a server browser post-launch on the OC3D Forums

 

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04-09-2016, 12:31:50

NeverBackDown
1 step away from the non forge multiplayer. Please MS.. pleaseQuote

05-09-2016, 04:43:41

Kushiro
Where is my Halo movie.Quote

05-09-2016, 04:46:38

Dicehunter
They should just release the Halo MCC and the full Halo 5.Quote

05-09-2016, 05:35:50

Daiyus
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
They should just release the Halo MCC and the full Halo 5.
If they could include Reach in that deal I'd be a very happy gamer. The only reason I own an Xbox One is so I can play all the Halo games. I'd even give the Windows Store a chance for the Halo back catalog on PC.Quote

05-09-2016, 07:35:48

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Daiyus View Post
If they could include Reach in that deal I'd be a very happy gamer. The only reason I own an Xbox One is so I can play all the Halo games. I'd even give the Windows Store a chance for the Halo back catalog on PC.
I actually bought an XB1 Elite not long ago and it honestly played well, Even though it ran most of the games at 30FPS it wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be and I enjoyed the games that I played on it, Except for Halo 5 though, The FOV genuinely made me fill ill, Was narrow as hell.

I ended up returning the XB1 less than 2 weeks later for a refund, Just couldn't handle the low FOV of FPS games and the 30FPS in the majority of games didn't bother me but in the racing games it felt so stuttery and slow.Quote
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