343 Industries recently confirmed that Halo Infinite, at long last, has officially gone gold, bringing its long and eventful development cycle to an end- though of course, the developer is going to be kept busy with the game’s live service model for quite some time to come. And ahead of its looming launch, the developer has also shared the exact timings for when the game’s single player campaign will unlock for everyone. Check out the tweet below.
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer has, of course, already been out and available for everyone for close to a week at this point, even though technically it’s still in beta. 343 Industries has already started working on fixes for the game’s Battle Pass progression, which has draw criticism from the shooter’s player base. Meanwhile, the Fracture: Tenrai event is set to kick off imminently, while other events are also in the pipeline for the coming months.
Season 1 – Heroes of Reach was recently confirmed to have been extended, with Season 2 now set to arrive in May 2022. Along with that delay, 343 Industries has also confirmed that campaign co-op won’t arrive until May 2022 either, while Forge mode will be arriving in late Summer at the earliest. Read more on that through here.
Halo Infinite launches for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC on December 8.
— Halo (@Halo) November 19, 2021