Halo Infinite season 2 is said to go live immediately after season 1 comes to an end.
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.
Unlike the previous entries in the franchise, Infinite’s campaign did not feature a co-op mode and players will need to wait for a few months before the feature goes live. The company is yet to be announced an official date for the rollout of season 2; however, it is said to go live immediately after season 1 comes to an end.
Season 1 is slated to end during the last week of April 2022, or early May and the season will be rounding out with the Fracture: Tenrai event that will offer players some exclusive Samurai-themed weapon and armor cosmetics.
Previously, 343 Industries’ Chief of Creative said, “We made the decision to extend Season 1 to give ourselves more time to ensure Season 2 meets our high-quality bar and so we can finish development for Season 2 in a healthy and sustainable way for our team.”
Halo Infinite might have had a rough start, and there were a lot of issues that the game came with. This is one of the major reasons why the company decided to delay the launch of season 2, and they also confirmed that:
“Our goal still remains what I said before, which is to ship campaign co-op with Season 2 and Forge with Season 3. But those remain goals. Those remain targets. And we can’t commit to any hard dates right now, because as we’re seeing with this multiplayer beta, other things might move up in the priority stack for us.”