The Halo Infinite Cooperative Story Editor and Level Editor Forge mode seems to be taking longer than expected. Developer 343 Industries announced Friday that the online and split-screen versions of Co-op and Forge have no specific release dates, and Co-op will not premiere with Season 2 on May 3.
343 Industries stated that the mode will be available sometime in Season 2, although no specific date has been set. Co-op in Halo Infinite supports up to four players online and two players locally via split-screen.
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343 also stated that it is “making fantastic progress on Forge”, with the mode currently being tested by some community creators. 343 has said public test flights for the mode will begin later this year. As for the mode’s actual release date, 343 plans to deploy it alongside Season 3 – which appears to be August at the earliest.
Season 2 of Halo Infinite will feature a new Battle Pass. The theme for Season 2 will be Lone Wolves, which will guide some, but not all, of the materials generated by 343 for the pass.
Season 2 of Halo Infinite will also feature a new floor focused on Spartans Sigrid Eklund and Hieu Dinh. Cutscenes, story themed events, and Battle Pass merchandise are all used to tell the story.
The next season will also feature new game modes like Last Spartan Standing, an elimination mode for everyone, and new maps like Breaker for Big Team Battle and Catalyst for Arena.
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