Halo infinity Players will soon have a couple of new multiplayer maps to compete on when Season 2 launches on May 3rd. The game is getting new maps as part of the upcoming Season 2 update, and developer 343 Industries gave fans a first look at the new battlegrounds with a preview video on Friday.
One of the maps is an arena map called Catalyst. It’s a Forerunner structure with faded silver throughout, various ramps leading to different heights, hard light bridges and lots of corridors to hit and fight your opponents. It’s exactly what you’d expect from a classic Halo map. 343 says Catalyst is symmetrical and inspired by halo 3‘s epitaph card.
Breaker will be for Halo infinity‘s Big Team Battle mode, meaning it’s a lot bigger than Catalyst. Breaker takes place in a desert with two massive fortresses that teams can use as their home bases. 343 says the map is particularly good for Capture the Flag, thanks to its center lane that provides snipers with optimal location lines, and the giant pit in the center that you can jump over with a warthog… as long as you dodge the giant laser guards it.
Both maps seem to bring different environments than what Halo infinity has to offer, which should make for a nice change of pace in the community. The update for Season 2 will be Halo infinity‘s first major content addition since its release late last year. While Season 2 is set to add new multiplayer content, other additions like Forge and campaign co-op won’t be added until a later update.
https://www.polygon.com/23026634/halo-infinite-season-2-maps-breaker-catalyst-preview-release-date Halo Infinite Season 2 new maps Catalyst and Breaker previewed in new video