Someone remade the entrance to the Forest Temple of Ocarina of Time in Halo 5
The entrance to the forest temple from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been recreated using the Forge card maker from Halo 5.
Reddit user Mojoswoptops2020 posted this awesome recreation of the Forest Temple Entrance on multiple Xbox subtitles earlier today and soared to the top of each one in just a few hours as it perfectly captures everything which concerns the sinister and overgrown temple.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this iconic temple of Zelda recreated in another video game. We shared a fabulous take on the Forest Temple that was completely built in Far Cry 5 a few years ago by YouTuber Mojo Swoptops. Wait a minute, that name sounds familiar to you …
Yes, it’s the same person again. Mojo typically builds remakes using Far Cry 5 and has remade everything from Edinburgh Castle to Bates Motel. They even did Nook’s Cranny from Animal Crossing. This time they decided to branch out and give Halo 5’s Forge card maker a try. So not only was this an amazing take on the Forest Temple, but it was also the first time Mojo had used Forge. for a project like this. Frankly, these are unfair levels of talent displayed here.
Halo 5’s Forge card maker is no stranger to card remakes and crossovers from other games, either. We recently saw the set Destiny 2 Royal Pools raid encounter remade in Halo 5, with working boss fight mechanics despite the fact that Forge lacks many key script elements that would typically be needed for this encounter to work.
If you can’t wait to start building in Forge, you can play Halo 5: Guardians on Xbox One, Xbox x series, and Xbox Series S. It is also available as part of an Xbox Game Pass subscription.
If you’re an avid Nintendo fan of all things Zelda, check out our ranking of best zelda games.