Part 2 of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer is coming this May, but two beloved Halo modes may still be a long way off. Halo developer 343 Industries previously said the campaign co-op and Forge mode wouldn’t arrive until May 2022 at the earliest, but for now the Halo community is working on confirmation that the co-op and Forge campaign. will not appear when Part 2 drops.
Titled Lone Wolves, Season 2 will bring two new maps, a new mode, the return of the King of the Hills, and more cosmetics to Halo Infinite. Following 343’s recent announcement that campaign co-op would not be coming with the launch of Season 2, Halo Infinite players took to social media to share their opinions on the news.
Reactions have been largely negative, with many fans saying they’ve lost hope in the future of Halo Infinite due to the lack of traditional Halo features, lengthy season lengths, and numerous passing problems. war.
I don’t think I will say this but here are the facts:
Halo Infinite should have been delayed to close the gap for future contentlack of campaign cooperation
lack of training
lack of MP . mode
Battle Pass Problem
strong debut but this season is simply too long
only my 2 cents
– Parris (@ vicious696) March 4, 2022
Even players who enjoy the gameplay of Halo Infinite are struggling to ignore the game’s problems, with some saying that the lack of campaign co-op left a “taste in the mouth”. I.” On the Halo subreddit, fans were left very disappointed with the news of Season 2, after what was already a pretty tough Season 1.
Halo Infinite has faced an extended delay, from late 2020 to December 2021. Last year, Halo Infinite’s Joseph Staten said he was “very proud of the studio and Xbox” for delaying the game. . Witnessing some of the limited content the game is dealing with, some Halo fans can’t help but wonder what state the game was in when Microsoft decided to delay the game.
Beneath the disappointment of its single-player limitations, the Halo Infinite campaign is fantastic. However, it seems that many people are still waiting to experience the campaign with friends, with Twitter user Lurz Perwoll said, “I want to play Coop [sic] with my friends day one, not day 400.”
Many players are sharing similar stories, saying that co-op is essential to the Halo experience.
Oops… Cooperative campaign delayed, no Forge until Season 3, and only 2 new maps.
I hate to be so negative but I love #HaloInfinite so many, so much. I really lost all faith in the future of this game. https://t.co/NdKJUczUHE
– Craig Fox (@FoxToTheFuture) March 5, 2022
My whole concern and impulse to play #HaloInfiniteCo-op-based campaign. That’s how I’ve always played Halo.
That it doesn’t launch with the game is still a bad decision.
For me, the excitement for Infinite has completely waned. Very disappointing.
– Book Club for Movies (@ BookClub4Movies) March 7, 2022
I finally accepted the fact that the aura will never be as fun as the 3 day aura and it’s so depressing
– Holly (@Hollymatee) March 7, 2022
Other fans support Priority Zero
However, all is not negative as some fans have shared their support for 343 Industries. Some comments on 343’s “Priority Zero” initiative, where the studio outlines their focus on work-life balance for its employees. Others are happy to see 343 finally sharing an update of any kind, after a long wait for Season 2 and new content.
I support Zero Priority pic.twitter.com/JCzohPOTzV
– Rose (@Yanderose) March 4, 2022
Happy to see some transparency!
Give me some hope for the future 🙏🏻
– Covent (@ChrisCovent) March 4, 2022
And, as with any big news story, there were plenty of jokes floating around. IGN users expressed interest in the name choice for Season 2, saying, “It’s called ‘lone wolves’ because there’s no cooperation yet”. Meanwhile, many on Twitter compared Halo Infinite’s Steam player count to The Master Chief Collection’s player count, which launched over seven years ago.
– EckhartsLadder (@EckhartsLadder) March 7, 2022
If you’re still waiting to join Halo’s campaign until the co-op releases, check out the best games to play on Xbox Series X | S while waiting. Or, watch the developers react to Infinite’s 30-minute campaign run.
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