Halo Infinite, Season 2 is getting closer and closer

Halo Infinite, Season 2 is getting closer and closer

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343 Industries has announced the arrival of an update for Halo Infinite that will introduce some news expected by fans, who have harshly criticized the lack of communications from the developers. The official press release of the team opens with a three-point breakdown of the objectives of this update: fix bugs, start Season 2 and prepare for Season 3 by also improving the co-op campaign.

Xbox Series X The press release also opens with a zero point in which the team spokesperson states that, despite the work on Halo Infinite is proceeding slowly, one of the main objectives of 343 Industries is to create a working environment that it does not cause excessive stress in its employees. That said, the work on the title cannot but start from the correction of the bugs that have plagued the game since day one. The developers claim to have collected the issues of their fps in what is called the "Hotlist". This list is constantly updated by adding any bugs that are reported. Among those known, close to the solution, we report some anti-cheat and matchmaking bugs.

if (jQuery ("# ​​crm_srl-th_gamedivision_d_mh2_1"). is (": visible")) {console.log ("Edinet ADV adding zone: tag crm_srl-th_gamedivision_d_mh2_1 slot id: th_gamedivision_d_mh2"); } Point two on the list for this update is for Season 2 of Halo Infinite. The first season of the 343 Industries title will end on May 2nd and will leave room for the second which will start the following day. The season is called Lone Wolves, lone wolves, and with it, two new characters were presented that will be protagonists. They are the two Spartans, Sigrid Eklund and Hieu Dinh, of whom a concept was presented. In addition to the characters, the season will obviously include new missions, new cinematic scenes and new events that will advance the story. Finally, there is also a Fracture event that will unlock a new look for all those who complete it.

Xbox Series X The press release concludes with the announcement that works for a Season 3 and further events are already underway, but may take some time yet. We remind you, therefore, that season 2 of Halo Infinite will be available starting from 3 May 2022 on Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PC.

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‘Halo Infinite’ Finally Reveals Season 2 ‘Lone Wolves’ Info

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After being accused of making a live service game that is not very “live” with new updates, 343 is finally talking about the upcoming season 2 of Halo Infinite for the first time, as well as giving some updates about some long-promised features.

A lengthy new blog post goes into three specific things, fixing current issues with the game, season 2 and work on co-op, Forge and season 3.

The Season 2 info is probably the most meaty section, and the new “theme” of the season, which is still targeting its May 3 launch date, is “Lone Wolves.” Here’s how it’s being described by 343:

“By “theme” we mean a core idea that guides the creation of much, but not all, of a Season’s content. Lone Wolf Spartans are hunters. Trackers. They’re resourceful improvisers, operating deep in enemy territory without resupply or support. They’re fierce, rugged, and prefer to work alone—but they’re still loyal to the Spartan pack.”

Season 2 also has a story, which is described as a mix of cinematics, story-themed events and battle pass items. It does not seem to include any campaign content. They also say that not all content is linked to the theme, as evidenced by the new free Fracture armor core for season 2, which looks a bit…Warhammer, I’d say?



Season 2 will bring one new Arena map “Catalyst,” and one new BTB map “Breaker.” New modes include “Last Spartan Standing” which is free-for-all elimination, a new mode called “Land Grab” and the return of King of the Hill.

One thing is not making it out on May 3rd, however, which is campaign co-op. Despite the six month first season, 343 says they still need more time to make it work, and they expect it will be out some time during season 2, not at the start. I can’t really think of anything less relevant than campaign co-op 7+ months after launch, as it’s absolutely something the game should have released with, but it’s going to get here eventually.

They are still working on Forge and they still want to ship it with season 3, which they’re already working on, even if most of the company is doing season 2 stuff.

It’s a long post but some fans are still not wild about what it fundamentally comes down to:

  • A new season theme and battle pass
  • Two new maps, three new modes.
  • Campaign co-op delayed, no new campaign content.
  • Is that enough to keep Halo fans engaged for another 3+ months? I guess we’ll have to find out, but turning Halo into a live game has proven pretty difficult with Infinite, and I’m not sure if that seems like it’s getting resolved any time soon. Hopefully we’ll have more details soon here to flesh out the season a bit more.

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