343 Industries has unveiled the latest roadmap for Halo Infinite, revealing campaign co-op is still a good few months away.
The studio shared the latest update ahead of next week’s release of Season Two Lone Wolves. Said new season will last all the way until November, with the long-awaited mode currently targeting a late August release. The roadmap also unveiled some dates for some other additions that will come during the upcoming season.
Currently, the studio’s priorities are largely the same as last season. As mentioned in the Halo Waypoint post, the team want to address issues that are negatively impacting player experience, completing Season 2 and working on Campaign Co-Op and Forge. To that end, the team are also aiming to launch a Forge open beta later in season 2 this September. The team also say that Forge will persist from the open beta onwards, which means players will be able to access it in some form ahead of the originally intended Season 3 launch.
Speaking of Season 3, the roadmap currently has that kicking off on November 8. That’ll include another new battle pass, new modes, new sandbox items and more. It’ll also (hopefully) bring along Campaign Split-Screen co-op too. All these dates are, of course, subject to change and more information will be revealed closer to the time.
In the meantime, Halo Infinite: Season Two Lone Wolves arrives on May 3. It’ll bring along two new maps, three new game modes and a new 100 tier Battle Pass. The season also intends to add Campaign Mission Replay (targeted for late August) and an Interference Alpha Pack event in May and July. You can check out the full Halo Infinite roadmap as of April 22, including targets for campaign co-op, for yourself in the tweet below.
In this month's #HaloInfinite update we're discussing the team's priorities and sharing an initial look what you can expect throughout the remainder of this year – including new details on Campaign Co-Op and Forge.
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— Halo (@Halo) April 22, 2022