Halo Infinite 2022 Roadmap Revealed, Co-op Campaign Aims August
A new roadmap previews what’s to come for Halo Infinite through the rest of 2022.
Developer 343 Industries share a roadmap for Halo Infinite on Friday, detailing current goals for various modes and updates, including the long-awaited campaign co-op.
Networked (or online) campaign co-op is currently scheduled to launch in late August 2022, alongside an update providing the ability to replay missions. Forge mode is set to enter beta testing in September 2022, as 343 Industries expresses a desire to get the mode “into your hands as soon as possible.”
You can see the current roadmap below (tap or click the image to enlarge):
As part of this roadmap, the length of Halo Infinite Season 2 has also been extended. Season 3 is now set to begin on November 8, 2022. According to 343 Industries creative director Joseph Staten, the “main reason” for extending the length of the season is to allow for more quality of life updates, while maintaining the health of the development team.
Staten also shared that Season 2 introduces “multiplayer narrative events” that feature a player’s Spartan in an ongoing storyline, though it’s unclear exactly how these events will play out. Halo Infinite Season 3 is expected to include split-screen co-op, along with a new Battle Pass, more maps, and more modes.
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