If you've ever been curious about the ruined and mazelike remains of Crumbling Farum Azula in Elden Ring, a new Forge creation recently released in Halo Infinite will no doubt enthuse you. That's because map designer Blupe Vave has taken the new tools recently released in the title to recreate the small region in incredible detail.
“Crumbling Lands” is a great example of how the Series X console can afford to improve its performance, although the visuals appear to be in good shape.
It isn't a perfect tribute, with Forge constantly battling to allow Blupe Vape to add finer details on the structure or recreate Farum Azula's stark lighting. But the structure of the structure is still stunning and the inclusions that existed previously would not have been possible in previous Halo titles.
Old murals encased in fabric drapes and old buildings, now detached from their foundations, fill the sky around Farum Azula, with the only difference being that these ruined halls serve as a home for a Dragonlord or Black Blade.
A map of this small scale, designed for custom games, is more than likely the finest route Blupe Vape could have taken. By removing only a small chunk of Farum Azula to work on, they might be able to make every section of the map look extremely detailed to the point that in-game screengrabs may be indistinguishable from those taken in Elden Ring.
If you want to assist the creator in testing the map, which already has a number of power weapon and equipment spawns, please bookmark it on Halo Waypoint or Halo Infinite. Once it's been saved, you'll have immediate access to it in custom games and Forge to explore or battle on at your leisure.