343 has released its Halo Infinite update for the month of April over on the Halo Waypoint blog. In this latest update, it’s shared the game’s roadmap for the remainder of 2022. While some items and dates are “certain”, others are marked on this roadmap as either “targets” or “goals”. In other words, it’s very much an “evolving document” and the schedule is subject to change.
Season 2 is currently “locked and loaded” for May 3rd. It’ll run through until November 7th. As noted, there’ll be new maps, modes, battle pass, and events. Around “late August” the campaign network co-op is also planned to launch.
This will be followed by Season 3, kicking off on November 8th. Once again, there’ll be a new battle pass, new maps, new modes and new events, including narrative ones. It’ll also add new sandbox items, the Forge open beta will begin, there’ll be some quality-of-life improvements and campaign split-screen co-op is mentioned, too (timing TBD).
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