The Halo series of games has been around for quite a while now.  It is among some of the most popular and iconic names in the world of gaming over the years. The game is developed by 343 Studios, and has always been a Microsoft exclusive. The Halo games have been a part of the XBOX Console and the Windows PC. The latest tool in the series that the PC gamers are awaiting for is the Halo 5: Forge.

The tool allows the gamers to unleash their creativity, and do much more than ever before. It allows the gamers to create and share maps, which adds a whole new level of excitement and thrill to the game.  While the game in itself has been much of a thriller, customization and personal touch is what many gamers out there are looking for. Microsoft, as well as 343 have realized this need of the gamers, and they have now announced the arrival of Halo 5: Forge to the Windows 10 OS PC gamers.

The company came out with the announcement that the Halo 5: Forge would be officially releasing for the Windows 10 OS based PC gamers on the 8th of September! This has gotten the gaming community rather excited, and the markets are abuzz with anticipation of what’s next for them. User Generated Content is indeed becoming a big part of the gaming industry, and Halo has further validated it with this move.

“On September 8, Halo’s most powerful and accessible world, level and game creation suite arrives as a free download via the Windows Store on Windows 10 PCs. Halo 5: Forge lets map makers, creative visionaries, and Spartans of all kinds build, share and play new levels, maps, and experiences across Windows 10 PC and Xbox One,” wrote Tom French, UGC (user generated content) Director, 343 Industries.