Halo Infinite Season 3 Details Leaked Online, Has More Than 20+ Maps In Dev
Details regarding Season 3 of Halo Infinite have leaked online, and it has been revealed that the game has over 20 multiplayer maps in development.
As it turns out, an alpha build of Halo Infinite has leaked on the internet, and it allegedly offers a sneak peak at a year’s worth of content coming to the game, including the content set to arrive in Season 3.
Based on the leak, Season 3 of Halo Infinite is set to be the biggest content the game has received thus far. Infection will possibly be the main event for this season. The update will also add new backgrounds for the start and multiplayer menus. According to the leaked information, over 20 multiplayer maps are currently in development for Halo Infinite.
Meanwhile, Season 4 of Halo Infinite is set to arrive in mid-June, 2023. As per the leak, it will feature a new Forge canvas, new multiplayer maps by then name of “Ruins” and “Crystal Cave”, new gear and weapons, including the Quantum Translocator, and the addition of the Falcon vehicle. It’s worth noting that several elements in the leaked alpha build mention the “Firefight”. However, many of these elements may never used and are likely only there for the purpose of testing.
Previously, it was revealed that 343 Industries has no campaign DLC for Halo Infinite in active development. According to both Jason Schreier and Jez Corden, prior rumors regarding Halo Infinite campaign DLC getting scrapped were false because such content didn’t exist in the first place. As evident by the alpha leak, 343 Industries is currently focused on the multiplayer side of things, and no single-player DLC for Halo Infinite is in active development.
Prior false rumors had stated that, before Bonnie Ross had quit, Joseph Staten was preparing to ship multiple contained Campaign DLC with a small team of developers in order to expand Halo Infinite’s narrative over the course of months or even years. According to the false rumor, this plan was halted when Pierre Hintze and the new key roles came in after Ross’ departure.