Halo Infinite Season 2 Community Livestream Recap

With days to go before the Halo Infinite Season 2 launch, 343 held a lengthy community livestream detailing some of the changes and additions coming to the game in the coming months. The stream lasted just over an hour and a half, but don’t worry if you missed it. We’ve detailed the stream’s top takeaways here. From new story details to when players can expect the Forge beta, here’s everything revealed during the Halo Infinite community livestream.

Halo Infinite Season 2 Community Livestream Recap

343 has announced that it is focusing on its anti-cheat software and committed to improving it as the live service game progresses. In the live stream, the team acknowledged that ranked playlists are missing. 343 also said it’s not done customizing the challenge and XP system yet.

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The team has unveiled plans for what it calls Drop Pods, monthly updates that will add content as well as squash bugs. States have made the campaign co-op look promising, and 343 is aiming to release it by the end of August, along with mission replays. He also explained what 343 means when it says Forge mode is launching in open beta. When the Forge mode comes out in September, it will be a “full feature set” and everything players make in the beta will carry over to the full version.

Much like Season 1’s focus on Reach, Season 2 will also be themed. This time, the titular “Lone Wolves” will stand behind enemy lines, trying to bring something dangerous back to the Academy.

Part of the season 2 trailer can be seen below, but 343 is saving the full reveal for launch day. Just like Halo Reach worked, your Spartan appears in cutscenes with whatever you’re wearing. The cinematic narrative event shown during the steam will be part of a “serial story” to be told over the coming seasons. 343 also teased another cinematic midstream with no explanation of how it will play out in the overall Halo Infinite story.

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