How good are you or how much imagination do you have to create some mods? If you have great abilities to create something with your hands, yesterday, the developers 343 industries released mod tools for Halo 2 and Halo 3 along with the Season 8 update for Master Chief Collection.
Halo: Combat Evolved got its own official mod tools in June, and the new tools for Halo 2 and Halo 3 offer similar programs for modders to play with. I hope to see what good things they do. To use the tools Halo 2 or 3, you must have a copy of the MCC.
You can take the tools from Halo 2 right here and the Halo 3 tools right here. They also updated the modifying tools of Combat Evolved. The tools in Halo 2 and 3 are similar to the ones in the CE kit. “Guerilla“allows modders to edit values or labels, which means you can alter the AI, colors, textures, and more.
“Sapien“It’s a level editor that lets you play around with weapon placement, AI squads, and more. There’s also one simply called”Tool“, which is used to import content and create map files. You can learn more about what this whole kit does on Steam.
So far, modders have made a ton of profit for Combat Evolved, including great map packages with great map names like “Frigid Keep“and” Colder Shoulder. “I also love the look of this night version of CE’s Silent Cartographer mission (Halo’s glowing tech looks really pretty in the dark).
The eighth season of Master Chief Collection launched as well, adding a load of new cosmetics. The coolest of the bunch are ancient warrior-inspired armor sets, allowing your Spartans to follow the fashion advice of real Greek Spartans.
On top of that, the Icebox map has been freed from Hello Online and is now available for custom games in Halo 3. You can also take part in a ton of seasonal challenges in The MCC. Read all about it on the Halo website.