Oct 20, 2022
Halo Infinite's upcoming Winter Update is its biggest yet, bringing campaign network co-op, new maps, a new mode, and the Forge open beta.
With the upcoming Winter Update, Halo Infinite will soon release one of its most major updates since its release. In addition to two new maps, an entirely new mode, the Forge open beta, a new battle pass, and other things, the update will finally add network campaign co-op to Halo Infinite.
Halo Infinite experienced a rocky launch in December 2021 despite the understandably intense hype surrounding it, with players becoming frustrated by many issues.
The game has had difficulty standing out in the crowded first-person shooter market as several prominent 343 Industries developers have left the studio.
The game has been made more in line with expectations thanks to a series of updates that coincided with the game's seasonal content and a few significant patches. The upcoming Winter Update will address some of the most pressing issues.
Two new maps are also included in the Halo Infinite Winter Update: Argyle, which has a central courtyard surrounded by flanking positions, and Detachment, which is the first teleporter-equipped Halo Infinite map.
A much-needed update includes a free 30-tier battle pass, two new events in December and January, mission replays, and a brand-new asymmetrical Covert One Flag mode pitting an invisible attacking team against a defending team outfitted with threat sensors.
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