More than eight months after the launch of Halo: Infinite, the community is still waiting for 343 Industries to release Forge mode, but some users have been able to access an incomplete version for a long time. Thanks to that we have seen very interesting creations, such as a crossover between halo and star wars VI: Return of the Jedi.
This weekend Halo gamer and content creator Dan Bridley Johnson shared his first Halo/Star Wars crossover as he unveiled his AT-ST made in Forge mode, which looks amazing albeit static. Dan had since promised a recreation of the battle on the moon of Endor from Star Wars VI.
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Today Dan Brindley Johnson shared his latest creation in Halo Infinite’s Forge mode and it’s a recreation of the battle on the forest moon of Endor, which is part of the third act of Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi. . This time the AT-STs he introduced are white to stay true to the movie.
Once again, Dan Brindley Johnson’s creation is static, so the AT-STs have no movement and their “shots” are really just visual effects, not actual shots. Still, Dan sought to offer an authentic tribute for what I even believed was a destroyed AT-ST.
Dan Brindley Johnson also recreated the door the rebels come through, which any true Star Wars fan will recognize. This creation used the Behemoth map as a base, as we can see with the tower in the background of the destroyed Walker.
Surely we will continue to see very interesting creations from Dan Brindley Johnson, so if you like his Halo Infinite crossover with Star Wars, I recommend that you follow him on his social networks.