343 Industries’ 2022 roadmap for Halo Infinite was released on Friday, giving players an idea of what they plan to deliver in Season 2 and for the rest of the year.
For those interested in the direction of the game and perhaps strongly anticipating new content soon, here’s a breakdown of the Halo Infinite 2022 roadmap.
Come May 3, Season 2: Lone Wolves is set to drop, bringing with it:
As the listing above shows, 343 appears to be delivering on its promise to release the long-awaited co-op and Campaign Forge modes in Halo Infinite, albeit later than expected due to the extended length of Season 1.
Season 2 is also set to end later than 343’s original quarterly plan, with Season 3 beginning November 8, 2022.
If all goes as planned, Halo Infinite Season 3 would include:
Of course, it’ll be interesting to see how the rumored Certain Affinity is working on a Halo Infinite Battle Royale mode takes all of this into account as well.
Ultimately, 343’s message, both with this update as well as in previous developer blogs, seems to be clear — the demand for more content and features is known, and the team hopes to accelerate to respond to these calls as soon as possible.
“This roadmap reflects the same studio priorities we shared in March,” said the 343 industries blog post reads, “with a ‘zero priority’ of team health and setting ourselves at a pace of sustainable development so that we can provide great experiences for all of you while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
“We know we need to deliver more content and more features faster. Staying true to priority zero means we sometimes have to slow down in order to stay healthy and go faster later. But we’re also actively looking for ways to accelerate.”
For now, 343 pointed out that Halo Infinite players should continue to expect quality of life improvements across seasons via Drop Pods, as well as more regular scoresheet updates. road.