343 Industries revealed the much-requested 2022 roadmap for Halo Infinite over the weekend, and it's fair to say the reception from many players over the past few days has been one of "disappointment", for various reasons.
The main criticism stems around the fact that Season 2 will last from May 3rd to November 7th, and yet will only seemingly feature three new game modes and two new maps during that time. Here are some reactions we've seen:
As you can see from the image above, 343 Industries is also planning to introduce online co-op for Halo Infinite's campaign in Season 2 (around late August), while the Forge Open Beta should be with us in September.
There's undoubtedly some disgruntlement in the community right now, but there's also some good stuff to look forward to throughout the rest of 2022 - we're just going to need to be patient before the game reaches its true potential.
343 is also continuing to prioritise a healthy work/life balance for its employees known as "priority zero":
"We know we need to deliver more content and more features more quickly. Staying true to priority zero means that sometimes we need to slow down in order to stay healthy and move faster later. But we’re also aggressively looking at ways to accelerate."
What are your thoughts on Halo Infinite's 2022 roadmap? Let us know down in the comments.