Halo Infinite Season 2 will be released on May 3, 2022, according to Microsoft and 343 Industries.
“Explore new content like as new maps, modes, themed limited-time events, and an all-new Battle Pass that never expires,” Xbox announced on Friday.
It also published the following trailer for Season 2, named Lone Wolves, which was originally set to premiere in early 2022 before being postponed due to Season 1’s success.
Lone Wolves – Halo Infinite Season 2 Announcement
A member of the Halo Infinite development team recently said that the game’s fanbase was “tired of waiting” for 343 Industries to respond to their apparent lack of activity and communication.
“There are a lot of limits and problems,” Jarrard remarked. “We’re not thrilled about not being able to match player and community expectations; it’s a challenging situation that will take time for the squad to resolve.”
Community director Brian Jarrard responded to a Reddit user who expressed dissatisfaction with the studio’s handling of issues affecting the game’s new features, such as the delayed Forge mode and campaign co-op.
Associated 2 343 Industries has lost its multiplayer lead in Halo Infinite. “Thank you for all of your comments throughout the years, Halo enthusiasts. This game was created specifically for you.”
“Right now, we’re concentrating on Season 2, and we’ll have more to say about it in the coming weeks.” Meanwhile, a lot of production planning, costing, planning, hiring, and so on is going on, which makes detailed regular updates difficult.
“We recognise that the community has run out of patience and, frankly, is tired of hearing words. We just need to give the team some time to work out the details, and then we’ll be able to reveal as much as we can.”