Welcome back to the very last fashionably late ForgeHub's Community Favorite Maps! We gathered all of your nominations from October and the community voted for these top maps. These are the results for November (December will be a Christmas present). So kick back in that sweet gaming chair (just not too far now) and enjoy the second article of Community Favorites this month, this time with your results for November!
Here are the nominations and winners for this month!
This core map is the creators first attempt at creating a gameplay focused map, certainly a great attempt seeing as it has won 3rd place this month! This 4v4 core map was built by lil hu1k and features interesting geometry and a unique layout that put it a bit outside what most would consider "traditional". Did I mention lil hu1k is looking for players to help play test the map to better refine it? This is a great chance to help out someone who just snagged a 3rd place spot, so head over to HaloWaypoint and check out the map! Be sure to send any and all feedback to the creator as well. Great first map post lil hu1k!
Get your Halo lore and nostalgia hats handy for this one. Ishto 'Sukule has created Haruspis themed around that good ol' Halo CE feel of classic Forerunner arcitecture built around the idea of the Haruspis. For those that are unaware Haruspis is a title given to elevated Forerunners entrusted with studying and watching over the Domain. What could all those glowing lights in the interiors of the rooms do? Well nobody knows for sure, keeping with the mystery of the Forerunners in the original Halo games. Great job Ishto 'Sukule, and keep the Forerunner aesthetics a coming!
Tis the season for being cold (If you live somewhere that gets cold that is, if not lucky you) what a better way to celebrate the coming cold then with our 1st place winner for the month of November, Silent Winter by fireskullsmash2. This 2v2 map makes you feel cold in your seat just running around on it, and the frozen icy aesthetic is sure to freeze over even the warmest of hearts (Im talking to you warm weather people). The map focuses heavily on frozen natural terrain and a central structure with a very unique frozen look. Good stuff from fireskullsmash2 this month and congrats on securing the first place spot this month!
Congrats to all nominations and winners this month and be sure to tune back in on Christmas for that sweet gift of yet another round of community favorites winners for December!
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