The future of Halo Infinite is very exciting, however, for this to become the video game we all want, we must wait more than six months. With season 2, “Lone Wolves”, just around the corner, 343 has published a roadmap to announce all the content that is to come in this 2022.
In today’s note, several important dates for Halo Infinite multiplayer have been confirmed, with the length of multiplayer season two and Forge mode being the highlights. And it is not for less, because it has been confirmed that this second season will last until November, lasting at least six months.
Forge and co-op will arrive months after the start of Halo Infinite Season 2
The great novelties will begin to arrive from August, the first incorporation will be with the cooperative for the campaign, having its forecast so that it does not go beyond that month. In addition, it seems that they will focus on improving technical aspects of the campaign and launching an update with exclusive news for this game mode; being another great addition the possibility of replaying campaign missions.
The next big addition will be Forge mode, slated for an open beta in September. The reason for this, according to the 343 blog, is due to a test that was carried out as a closed technical test, surely it did not yield the expected results, for that reason Forge will remain in open beta from September.
New additions released like drop pods in the style of Halo 3 ODST will be implemented during the seasons, being constant content updates to maintain the quality of life of the game. Thus, during the season we will have a new battle pass, a Fracture event and, most strikingly, new narrative events. These narrative events for Halo Infinite multiplayer could be the extension of the training camp where our spartans will be the protagonists, very much in the style of Spartan Ops from Halo 4.
Health and safety at work, this will be the “priority zero” for the maintenance of Halo Infinite
Since the release of the game, players have been complaining about the lack of content and how long it takes for 343 to release new updates. Given this, we have already seen reactions from developers complaining and asking for patience. Well, now 343 proposes something in its roadmap that is not content for the video game, it is a plan to ensure the health of workers and avoid over-exploitation and crunch.
Finally, it remains to be clarified that they seem to be clear about what the path is from now on, with season 3 budgeted for November, they make it clear that the priority is to constantly release content but without losing focus on the health of the workers. Thus, the news will arrive little by little and slowly, so we must be patient to be able to enjoy everything that is coming for Halo Infinite.
For now, on April 27, 343 will host a live broadcast for the community through its Twitch.tv/Halo and YouTube.com/Halo channels.