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343 Industries Reveals New Content for Halo Infinite Season 2: Maps, Modes and More

343 Industries has big plans for Halo Infinite Season 2.

Halo Infinite Season 2 is set to launch on May 3. The new season has been given the title of “Lone Wolves”, bringing with it a new battle pass, maps and more. 343 Industries detailed in a new blog post their plans for the upcoming season, while revealing their priorities for the future:

Halo Infinite’s objective has been listed as follows, in order of priority:

  1. Fix issues that negatively impact the player experience.
  2. Complete Season 2 and deliver as promised on May 3.
  3. Continued work on the co-op campaign, Forge, and Season 3.

So what can players expect from Halo Infinite Season 2?

As mentioned, the title and theme for the next season will be Lone Wolves. About the title, 343 said, “By ‘theme,’ we mean a central idea that guides the creation of much, but not all, of a season’s content.”

“The Lone Wolf Spartans are hunters. Trackers. They are resourceful improvisers, operating deep in enemy territory without supplies or support. They are fierce, hardy and prefer to work alone, but they are always loyal to the Spartan pack. “

Spartan Sigrid Eklund on the left, and Spartan Hieu Dinh on the right.

Spartan Sigrid Eklund on the left, and Spartan Hieu Dinh on the right. / Image courtesy of 343 Industries

The blog post gave players a look at concept art for two of Halo Infinite’s “Lone Wolves.”

Season 2 will also see playlist updates, balance changes, new modes, and maps. The maps that have been teased so far are an Arena map named “Catalyst” and a BTB map named “Breaker”. New modes making an appearance include “Last Spartan Standing”, a free-for-all elimination mode, alongside another new mode named “Land Grab”. Making a return in Season 2 will also be the “King of the Hill” mode.

Concept art for "Breaker," a new BTB card.

Concept art for “Breaker”, a new BTB map. / Image courtesy of 343 Industries

“We’ll have a lot more to share about Season 2’s maps, modes, customization options, and narrative content in April as our marketing and promotional campaign kicks into high gear,” reads the post. blog.

So, it looks like Halo fans will have a lot to look forward to when the new season drops on May 3. Until then, keep working on this Season 1 Battle Pass which is set to end on May 2.