After the disappointment over the announcement that Halo Infinite Co-Op Mode has been delayed, fans will once again have to endure the pain because it has once again been delayed along with the game’s co-op campaign. Speaking to Eurogamer, Joseph Staten, head of creative at 343, said that the recent May 2022 extension of the first season of games also means that Infinites Forge mode and co-op campaign releases are also suffering the same fate. According to a Eurogamer report, 343 creative directors Joseph Staten has confirmed that the Halo Infinite co-op campaign won’t launch until May 2022, with the forge mode also set to release at a later date. With the co-op campaign not arriving until May 2022 and Forge at least three months away, fans of the series have expressed frustration at the delays, especially with the co-op campaign.
343 Industries recently extended Season 1 to May, delaying Season 2, campaign co-op, a key feature that players have been eagerly awaiting from Halo Infinite since the game launched in November. Stanton confirmed that two highly requested features have also been pushed back since Halo Infinite’s season 1 now runs for about 6 months instead of the expected 3rd month.
While the Halo Infinite Co-op Campaign Mode and Forge Level Editor are currently scheduled to launch in their respective seasons, another delay has left both features three months behind schedule. As for Forge’s presence, that’s been announced as a season 3 goal. Season 1 was more than six months old when season 2 arrived. Season 1 is expected to run until May 2022, which is a few months. The original plan for 343 was to release seasons every three months. Now season 2 will likely start in May 2022, and season 3 will likely air around August or September.
“In November, I said that we would receive this update in January. The first season of Halo Infinite was quite challenging, but we are getting closer and closer to the end and the long-awaited second season of Halo Infinite.” Another delay follows recent changes to the Halo Infinite post-launch roadmap, extending Halo Infinite’s first multiplayer season by another three months through May 2022. Hopefully, we’ll get more info soon as soon as we get more info we’ll keep you posted.
While the recently released Halo Infinite is a live service game that is likely going to be one of the biggest gaming franchises in the coming years, it could make sense for 343 Industries to build new hardware from the ground up for the game that can enhance it using the new console