In a recent interview with The Washington Post, 343 Industries multiplayer lead Tom French talked about how the studio is really excited about the upcoming Season 2 content for Halo Infinite. During the interview, French also talked about the lingering criticisms surrounding the lack of updates in the game.
French reassures fans by saying that Season 2 will bring a whole host of additions – new maps, new modes, new features, and so much more. Additionally, he said that the studio cannot wait to unleash those new things upon fans.
“There will be new maps, there’ll be new modes, there’ll be new experiences, there’ll be new features. I’m very excited to actually see what the players think when we actually get to unleash it on them,” he said.
Additionally, he also acknowledged some problems with the game’s multiplayer offerings- but reassured that upcoming updates will fix most issues.
“It’s improving our platform, building, strengthening the foundation, and that includes things like ranked [mode]… We know we can make it better. We wanted to make it better. We dreamed of it being better. Let’s push it in that direction. And, you know, with PC being a new thing for us, there’s issues we need to address there,” he said.
Halo Infinite‘s highly-anticipated campaign co-op and Forge mode will also arrive during the second season and the third seasons respectively, the former of which will kickstart in May. Recently, Halo Infinite‘s multiplayer lead Andrew Witts also left the studio- read more on that through here.