343 Industries doesn’t want to rush into the next chapter in the Master Chief’s story, Halo Infinite when it comes to co-op: we’ll have to wait for it, but in return we get impeccable quality from the Xbox exclusive.
Joseph Staten from the studio talked about it Eurogameril. It’s mentioned here that Halo Infinite’s first season (which has multiplayer already in beta, so you can find a free-to-play component on Steam, for example) will run through May. (We’ve described why before.) But with this extended period, more content will come, but we also need to talk about its downsides.
When they talked inside the studio about extending Season 2 of Halo Infinite through May, they talked about the co-op campaign and Forge, respectively. Staten then teased that the target should not change and that co-op would still be ready for Season Two of multiplayer, and for Forge, the target time was the start of Season Three. (Since there will be seasons every three months, the first exception to this, Forge may come sometime in August.)
Staten added that although the first season was extended, their goals remain unchanged, and now 343 industries cannot be tied to stricter dates, as the multiplayer beta also showed that there may be other factors that could come in order of importance. He knows Moving Big Stones will be an ongoing challenge because players have legitimate feedback on specific issues, but he hasn’t forgotten that there are some bigger things that fans need. This is the collaborative story mode and Forge toolkit. These are great promises that they must keep.
Infinite aura anyway doctrine, so discs are being produced so we can get the physical copy from stores if we need to (sometimes laziness can and should be overcome, the digital version). The Game Coming to Xbox Series on PC December 8th (steamAnd Microsoft Store) or Xbox One.
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