The Halo Infinite competitive season will start this week with the Halo Championship Series.
The Halo Infinite competitive season will start this week with the HCS Pro Series 1. The competition will see teams across the globe battle it out in their regional qualifiers and get a chance to battle with some of the best teams in the world.
343 Industries has released the schedule and bracket system for the event. It would seem 2022 will witness some of the best competitive Halo. With Cloud9 winning the HCS 2021 in December, North American fans of the shooter will be quite interested to see how well the team does this year.
Halo Infinite developers tweeted the Pro Series schedule:
Eight teams from Europe, eight from North America, four from Mexico, and four from Oceania have already made their way to the Pro Series 1 through the Open Qualifiers. Halo Infinite fans can watch their favorite players battle it out in the regional series on the official live stream channels. After Pro Series 1, Pro Series 2 will start on January 11, 2022.
Besides, Halo Infinite’s season 2 is expected to be live sometime in May 2022. While it was earlier scheduled for a much earlier launch, 343 Industries pushed it further, as they wanted to extend season 1 a bit longer. The second season was also supposed to be the time that Halo players finally got the highly-anticipated co-op mode for Halo Infinite.