Dates, Campaign Co-op, Forge Open Beta, and More

343 Industries has unveiled the roadmap for Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves. The season will not only kick off with new maps, new modes, and an all-new battle pass, but it will also bring the long-awaited co-op campaign and open beta for Forge.

Halo Infinite launched with a bang late last year with an arcade-like fast-paced shooter, paired with a solid campaign that sets up the next era of Halo as it transitions smoothly through an environment of open world.

However, after the launch period, interest in the title waned as the playerbase grew bored due to a lack of new content. The lack of core Halo game modes like co-op campaigns and forges, along with a lackluster custom game mode, made it hard for players to stick around.

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Season 2, which is set to release early next month, brings new content to the title, including new maps, new game modes, a new battle pass with a new armor core, and more events. 343 Industries also unveiled a new roadmap for Season 2 with a co-op campaign and the Forge Open Beta. This article will take a look at what fans can expect to see in Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves.

Co-op Campaign, Forge Open Beta, and More in Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves

Halo Infinite Season 2 kicks off on May 3, 2022, with new game modes, a new battle pass, new maps, and limited-time events. Let’s take a look at the season 2 roadmap.

Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves

New 100 Tier Battle Pass

  • Free Armor Core (at launch)
  • Earnable credit (at launch)

New maps

  • Catalyst – Arena (at launch)
  • Breaker – BTB (at launch)

New Modes

  • King of the Hill (at launch)
  • Land grab (at launch)
  • Last Spartan Standing (at launch)

New Story Events

  • Interference (May 3 – May 16)
  • Alpha Pack (July 19 – August 1)

New fracture event

  • Fracture: Cheerful (Week 1: May 24 – May 30)

New sandbox elements

Quality of life improvements


  • Replayable mission (end of August)
  • Campaign Co-op – Network (end of August)
  • Campaign Co-op – Split Screen (TBD)

To forge

Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves roadmap (Image by Xbox)
Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves roadmap (Image by Xbox)

Undoubtedly the most exciting part of this roadmap is the co-op campaign and forge open beta. However, they won’t be coming any time soon. With an end date of November 27, 2022, Halo Infinite appears to be aiming for a six-month span for each season, with a mid-season refresh. Based on previous trends, it looks like the mid-season refresh could take place in August with the co-op campaign.

The new game modes seem like a pretty exciting addition to the title and will be available when Season 2 launches. The familiar King of the Hill returns in Infinite. Players will fight to control an area on the map, and whoever controls it for the longest time wins.

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343 Industries also features two new modes, Land Grab and Last Spartan Standing. Land Grab seems to be an innovative game mode where players try to capture three areas and get points. Last Spartan Standing feels like a cross between a traditional battle royale and a deathmatch.

Infinite also introduces two new maps: Catalyst (a symmetrical arena map nested high inside a large Forerunner structure) and Breaker (a pseudo-symmetrical BTB map set in a banished heist)

The new season’s battle pass also brings new armor cores that players can earn and wear into battle. Season 2 will launch on May 3, 2022 and will last until November 27, 2022. Players can directly access free multiplayer on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, or Windows PC via Steam and the Windows Store.

Edited by Siddharth Satish

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