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Zelda's Kokiri Forest recreated in Halo Infinite's Forge mode

Screenshot of Master Chief in Kokiri Forest

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Times iconic Kokiri Forest has been recreated in Halo Infinites Forge mode.

YouTuber Red Nomster is known for creating Forge maps, but this might just be their best yet (as spotted by GamesRadar).

All the obvious features are included, from Links house, to the item shop and the layout of tree houses and walkways.

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It even includes the opening of the Lost Woods complete with mysterious transitions. All thats missing is the Deku Tree itself.

Whats more impressive are the small details that not only sell its faithfulness to the original, but the overall Zelda experience.

There are custom built items in the shop like a heart piece and deku nuts; a working mirror and other paraphernalia in Links house; a shimmering glow to the grass; and a Rupee inside the rolling ball maze.

I made Zelda in Halo Infinite.

Theres even a water pool, despite water not actually existing in Forge mode – its all done through a combination of layers and effects.

Moreover, there are unique animations for climbing ladders and crawling through tunnels, as well as a working Navi substitute who gives the player a quest to “find the treasure”. Thats the Kokiri (energy) sword of course.

It really is an impressive use of resources that follows on from Red Nomsters Toy Story level and underwater exploration level.

Players have been creating in Forge mode for a while now, but it launches officially on 8th November. Check out Halo Waypoint for details.

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