343 Industries have verified a significant number of Halo Infinite’s specifics. The producers of the game have decided to postpone the launch of the third season of the game; however, they do plan to add a significant amount of new content to the game in the month of November.
343 Industries has released a lengthy video in which the developers of Halo Infinite announce that the beginning of the third season of the game will not take place until March 7. Although this is an unexpected choice, the designers did come up with an intriguing concept for the game.
On November 8, the premiere of the winter update will take place. As a result of this update, we will have access to the beta version of the Forge, and at the same time, all players will be able to play through the campaign together (a variant premiere), as well as quickly repeat missions that they have already finished. The game will also have additional content such as two new maps, one new mode, and new events, and everyone who registers for the Battle Pass will gain 30 levels.
The beginning of Season 3 is scheduled for March 7, and during this season, players will once again be able to skip level 30 of the Battle Pass. In addition, during this season, players will visit two additional locations, test out a new weapon, make use of the server browser, and even play two new game modes. Additionally, “narrative events” will take place, and Forge will receive an update.
One issue remains, though, and that is the fact that 343 Industries has definitively stopped working on the split-screen mode. The designers have made the decision to focus on different aspects of the game that they believe would be more positively received by gamers.