Many months ago, 343 Industries, the developers behind Halo Infinite, have been promising Halo Fans that they would have a detailed rundown of their future plans with Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode, as the game in its current state, has been leaving fans with much to be desired. While the core gameplay of Halo Infinite is very solid and overall enjoyable, there has been a distinct lack of content with the game, as the maps are limited, the game modes available are small and the outside of earning some ranks, there isn't much for casual or competitive players to strive for.

A few days ago, over on the official Halo Waypoint website, they released a blog post that finally reveals a roadmap of the game, as players and Halo Infinite content creators will now have some kind of idea of what new content is on the horizon. The current roadmap includes all the previously mentioned inclusions for Season 2: Lone Wolves, such as the new game modes and new maps, as well as the reveal of other additions such as the Forge, which will allow players to create their own custom maps and game modes. There's also the inclusion of being able to replay campaign missions for the game's single-player mission, as well as being able to replay those missions with friends via co-op play network test.

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So far, the public reception of this roadmap seems to be very mixed. While some fans have openly praised the upcoming new features that will surely give Halo Infinite much more lasting appeal, others have criticized the huge gaps between content drops within Season 2, claiming that there simply will not be enough between updates to keep players satisfied.

Lastly, the developers at 343 Industries have openly stated that they are doing everything they can to keep up with content and development, but will be doing their best not to stress and overwork the development team, as they are trying to avoid crunch and other gaming industries concerns.

Halo Infinite is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the Windows Store and Steam.