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Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves Gives Multiplayer New Life in May

Halo Infinite season 2 release date trailer Lone Wolves May 3, 2022 343 Industries Xbox One Series X S PC

Developer 343 Industries has finally revealed the trailer for Halo Infinite Season 2, called Lone Wolves, along with its many new maps, modes, and battle pass items. While the video is not even 30 seconds long, the bonus content already looks like it could reinvigorate the fanbase and keep them busy for a while. Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves has a release date of May 3, 2022.

Halo Infinite players have been grinding away with an especially long first season since the game arrived last December. See how 343 is changing the game with the upcoming update in the trailer below.

The trailer doesn’t offer much in terms of specifics about the fresh batch of content. Although, 343 already provided fans with information about Halo Infinite Season 2 in a Halo Waypoint blog post last month. Two of the maps coming with Lone Wolves are an Arena map called “Catalyst” and a Big Team Battle map called “Breaker.” It looks like both of the new playgrounds were shown in today’s footage and, if nothing else, present a change in scenery after looking at the same batch of maps for the last five months. Plus, there will of course be new battle pass items to unlock, too.

In other Halo news, the series’s Paramount+ show is currently in the process of rolling out. We’ve already taken some time to talk about its first few episodes, but if you’re the kind of player who’s looking for a little more Halo story, the live-action series might be the answer for you.

Until 343 Industries has more to share on the world of Halo, its multiplayer, and future seasons, stay tuned for more updates.

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