When it comes to Halo Infinite‘s post-launch support, 343 Industries hasn’t had the best of luck, particularly when it comes to adding new content. Fans have also requested content that connects to the recently released Paramount+ live-action series, in addition to Season 2: Lone Wolves, which brings new maps and modes to the game. Fortunately, it appears that the developer shared this viewpoint.
The Washington Post said that community director Brian Jarrard stated that “we will have some material that is inspired by the show that will be coming out in the game a little bit further down the road.” A great deal of cross-pollination is hoped to occur. The show is good, right?’ Take a look at the game; it’s completely free to use.”
“Threads and nods we can bring into Halo Infinite because it is a service, and we will have the capacity to mold and impact experiences and content over time, even if they are technically different universes and timelines,” 343 Industries is now searching for. I do believe that you’ll see some nods back and forth between the two… as they look for ways to pull the program in entertaining ways,” says the writer. Perhaps we’ll see some of this content later on in Season 2 or with the premiere of Season 3? We’ll see what happens.
Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC versions of Halo Infinite are currently available; see our review for more information. In addition to other issues, a hotfix is scheduled for release today that will solve Power Seed spawns.
Beginning on March 24th, a free 30-day trial of the Paramount+ service, which is compatible with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, was made available for viewers to try out the series. Silver timeline is completely different from the main canon, and hence this event takes place there. The Master Chief is still the main character, and familiar characters such as Dr. Catherine Halsey and Cortana are also featured in this installment.