‘Halo 2’ and ‘Halo 3’ modding tools come to Steam

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A New Program Makes Halo “Even Easier”

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Hello: The Master Chief Collection Season 8 has arrived, and with it comes some new modding tools hello 2 And Hello 3.

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343 Industries has unveiled some new modding tools for hello 2 And hello 3 – Allowing “even easier” modding of these classic FPS games.

“With the launch of Season 8 for MCC, new mod tools for Halo 2 and Halo 3 have come online to Steam,” he confirmed in a statement. steam blog post. “There are tons of programs that everyone will have access to. Some are easily recognizable if you’ve modified in the Halo community before, while we have a whole new one to make it even easier for people to access Halo. has gone.

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to download them aura 2 more hello 3 For modding tools, you will need a Steam license Hello: The Master Chief Collection.

You can download these on Steam as their own standalone DLC packs or install them via games in your Steam library.

Inside the toolkit, you will find several programs available to all players: Guerrilla, Sapien, Tool and Standalone. But there are also some additional bits and pieces.

Guerrilla is used to edit values ​​of in-game content – these files known as “tags” are used for AI, Biped, Bitmap, etc. This tool allows you to update and change those values.

Sapien is essentially a level editor for games. “Internally, the levels are referred to as ‘landscapes,'” the studio explained. “This program allows you to populate level-related data, including weapon placement, AI squads, and more.”

The tool is described as a “command-line-only Swiss Army Knife” tool, allowing you to import source material into the game’s tag files and create map files.

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Standalone is the new program called Making. is called aura Modding Easier Than Ever – Essentially an evolution creation of the game itself. It’s really aimed at more advanced modding, allowing modders who already know what they’re doing to improve iteration times.

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