Halo Infinite is the latest entry in the Halo franchise and the first rendition to follow the live service model. With Season 1 of Halo Infinite coming to a close, 343 Industries continues to build to Season 2: Lone Wolves.
On April 15, the team at 343 revealed a video preview on the Halo Twitter account, giving players an in-depth look at two new maps releasing alongside Season 2 of Microsoft's premier shooter. Both Breaker and Catalyst got an extensive video walkthrough of their locales.
Despite the preview giving players a new look at fresh content, the community remains divided on the live service model, with some commenters insinuating that this move is too little too late. Halo Infinite hasn't seen significant updates for most of 2022, causing player interest to wane over the past few months.
Halo Infinite's Season 2: Lone Wolves launches on May 3, 2022. You can watch the Halo Infinite Catalyst and Breaker previews below.
To see a full breakdown of the Season 2 Map Previews, head to the Halo Waypoint blog post.
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