After murdering covenant, flood and forerunners for weeks on end, Spartans deserve a bit of a break. So, what better way to relax then a cheeky game of Rocket League.
Unfortunately, the addictive title isn’t available on Xbox One just yet, so Halo 5 players have come up with an alternative.
Using the game’s new forge mode, players have created a custom map that mimics the mechanical madness of Rocket League.
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Instead of cars, you can use Ghosts to drive about the open arena; punting the ball as you desperately try to score.
The mode pits two teams against each other, and currently supports up to 16 players.
It’s a faithful recreation of the original game, and a decent substitute until the real deal comes along later this month.
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Rocket League is coming to Xbox One on February 17, and will come bundled with all of the previously released DLC for a special price.
Psyonix has said recently it plans to “aggressively support” the Xbox One version, bringing it in balance with the PS4 and PC releases.