Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2 Is Called Lone Wolves And It Has a Release Date, Maps, and Modes
343 Industries has revealed new details about the second season of Halo Infinite multiplayer
Including that it will be called Lone Wolves, that it will have new maps and modes. And that it will release on May 3, 2022. All news was published on halo waypoint Joseph Staten, head of creative for Halo Infinite, and he began by sharing the inspiration for Lone Wolves. Which is both the title and theme of the second season. “By theme, we mean the main idea that underlies the creation of most. But not all, of the season’s content,” Staten said. “Spartan loners are hunters. Pathfinders. They are resourceful improvisers, operating deep in enemy territory without resupply or support. They are fierce, hardy, and prefer to work alone. But they remain loyal to the Spartan pack.”
Spartan Sigrid Eklunk and Spartan Hyeu Ding
Season 2 will also feature playlist updates, balance changes, new modes, and maps. These include an arena map called Catalyst, a BTB map called Breaker, an all-out mode called Last Spartan Stand, another new mode called Land Grab, and the return of the King of the Hill.
In April, 343 will reveal more details about the Lone Wolves season as it prepares to launch.
News 343 about the joint campaign, Forge, and the third season
It was previously reported that the long-awaited Halo Infinite co-op campaign won’t arrive until Season 2, but fans will have to wait a bit longer as it won’t be ready right after launch. 343 is committed to releasing a 4-player online co-op and 2-player split-screen co-op for Halo Infinite on all Xbox consoles. However, 343 said, “non-linear, wide-open sections of the campaign presented big split-screen challenges that took us longer to resolve.”
This means the co-op campaign won’t be ready on May 3rd, but the team is still aiming to deliver it to fans later in the season. 343 was slightly more noncommittal about split-screen co-op, stating that “We remain committed to introducing an online co-op campaign later in Season 2, and we will announce a release date for that and for split-screen co-op.” “Oops, as soon as we can.” Forge is also developing well and is still on track for a third season. 343 is currently “handing over Forge to a small group of community creators and working closely with them to ensure that you all have an amazing experience creating, sharing, watching, and playing. Fake content.” Public flights are scheduled for the end of this year.
343 is also hard at work on season 3 but hasn’t shared details about that or how long season 2 will last.
For more on Halo Infinite
See how Master Chief’s latest adventure ranks on our list of the best Xbox Series X/S games right now, how Infinite’s mid-season update brought “multiple improvements” to the campaign, and see 343 Developers Respond to Legendary speedrun games.