Sunday, April 24, 2022

Halo Infinite: co-op campaign and Forge beta only in August and September

Halo Infinite: co-op campaign and Forge beta only in August and September

For Halo Infinite, the co-op campaign won't be available until August, and Forge will get an open beta in September.There has been quite a bit of news about Halo Infinite this week.
After 343 Industries previously unveiled two new maps for the second season of Lone Wolves, they revealed three new multiplayer game modes as well as additional playlist modes.Now the developer has released a roadmap for 2022 with a preview of the extra-long second season, which will run from May 3 to November 7.
That's a full six months.
The battle pass will include 100 levels.In addition to the aforementioned innovations in season two, there will be two narrative events in May and August.
Also in May will be the first week of the Fracture: Entrenched event.The developer of Halo also announced new details about the cooperative feature of the campaign and Forge.
For example, online co-op for the campaign won't be available until late August.
Cooperative play in splitscreen mode will not be available until September.
On the other hand, The Forge will likely receive an open beta in September, which will also extend to Season 3.As stated in the blog article, the roadmap reflects the studio's priorities, which were already announced last month.
Namely:Fixing issues that negatively impact gameplay.Completing Season 2 and launching as promised on May 3.Continuing work on the co-op campaign, Forge and Season 3.Ahead of all this is Priority Zero, which focuses on team health and achieving a sustainable pace to deliver great experiences to players while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.We know that we need to deliver more content and more features in less time.
Sticking to zero priority means that sometimes we need to slow down to stay healthy and move faster later.
But we also look hard for ways to get faster.

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