The Halo Infinite Forge mode is proving to be more helpful to the game than expected. It was recently revealed that a fan-made Forge mode called Digletts (yes, like the Pokemon) is extremely useful when it comes to helping out the development team.
After kotaku, John Junyszek, a community manager at 343 Industries, recently posted a tweet asking fans what their favorite Forge game is. Linz, a competitive Halo player, responded with Digletts, and there Junyszek revealed that the mode helped the team with shot registration and “in terms of latency and connectivity.”
Fun fact! This mini-game has recently helped our team to further test and investigate various shot registration situations, particularly in relation to latency and network. Because it’s a curated environment without many variables, it helped us explore specific scenarios. https://t.co/M9mS7SeNux
– John Junyszek (@Unyshek) January 12, 2023
In Diglett’s mini-game, players are thrown into a hole in the ground from which they cannot escape and have nothing but a sniper rifle surrounded by other players. Whenever they decide to get up and look out of the hole, they leave nothing but their heads exposed for other players to shoot them in the head.
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