July 7, 2022

Hollow Infinite Reveals 2022 Roadmap, Campaign Network Co-op Target for the End of August

343 Industries has unveiled its planned 2022 roadmap for Hollow Infinite, which includes a late August launch window for the long-awaited Campaign Network partnership.

All details were revealed by Joseph Staten, the creative leader of Hollow Infinity Hollow Way Point, And while they are subject to change, Hollow Infinite gives a good picture of what fans can expect throughout this year. 343 also states that “the deadline will be extended when we announce long-term initiatives” and “the roadmap is a developing document”.

The roadmap begins with a focus on Season 2 “Lone Wolves”, which runs from May 3 to November 7. We already know that Season 2 will start with two new maps of the new 100 layer Battle Pass, Catalyst (Arena) and Breaker (BTB) and three new game modes, King of the Hill, Land Grab and Last Spartan Standing.

Some of the events and new features that come up during Lone Wolves are somewhat clarified. These include the Campaign Network Co-op in late August and the Forge Open beta in September. These launch windows are targeted and may change, but this gives a clear view of the progress of their development.

According to Forge, 343 decided to “skip the large-scale formal air travel plan and move into the open beta”. Once launched, it will not go away and will continue to evolve over time.

Season 2 of the new fracture system will begin on May 24th – with an interruption from May 3rd to May 16th featuring two story events and an alpha pack from July 19th to August 1st. These “multiplayer narrative events” “put your Spartan at the center of the growing season story.”

343 also briefly looks at what fans can expect from the currently untitled Season 3, which starts on November 8th. It comes with a new battle pass, maps, modes, sandbox items, story events, fracture event and campaign splitscreen. Cooperative.

The lack of consistent content was also remedied, and 343 said it knew it needed to do more, but would not do so considering the health of its board.

“We know we need to deliver more content and additional features quickly,” 343 wrote. “Being true [a] Preferably zero [of team health] Sometimes we have to go slow to stay healthy and then go faster. But we are also seriously looking at ways to speed it up. “

In the end, 343 shares that “Drop Pots” are ready, as they are – often once a month – and it’s April 2 at 1pm PT / 4pm ET / 9pm BST, which sinks in more about Season 2 and the road map.

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Adam Pankhurst is IGN’s news correspondent. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst And on Pull.