Lone Wolves, the second season of Halo Infinite, introduces new maps and modes.

Season 2 will have a co-op campaign, although it will not be available at the start of the season. Checkout the complete article to know more.

Season 2 of Halo Infinite will feature new content from 343 Industries. Lone Wolves is the title of Season 2’s second season, which focuses on “fierce, rugged” Spartans who work alone.

The season will start on May 3, 2022, as planned. Season 2 will have a co-op campaign, although it will not be available at the start of the season.

Although the first season of Halo Infinite is still ongoing, developer 343 Industries has revealed further details about what players may expect in Season 2 and beyond. New maps will be included in Halo Infinite Season 2.

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New Maps in Halo Infinite

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More maps and modes are coming in Halo Infinite Season 2, which is titled Lone Wolves, according to a new update from head of creative Joseph Staten on Friday. Spartans working alone are the motif this season, with “fierce, rugged” looks. Naturally, a new Battle Pass will be available, as well as two free Armor Cores. The release date for Lone Wolves is set for May 3, 2022.

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This season, two new modes, Last Spartan Standing and Land Grab, as well as the return of King of the Hill, have been added. This season, two new maps will be released: Catalyst, an Arena map, and Breaker, a Big Team Battle map. These two maps’ idea designs are shown below (the one on the left is the one on the right).

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Finally, 343 Industries confirmed that the Halo Infinite co-op campaign and Forge mode are still in the works. Season 2 will continue to be accompanied by the former, although it will not be available at the start of the season owing to a need for more polishing time. Forge mode is currently being tested with a select group of community creators, with more information to follow.

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