343 Industries has delivered multiple events, bug fixing updates, and fresh cosmetics to Halo Infinite Multiplayer since its launch, but the available map pool has remained the same during the past six months. The long time coming second season of the shooter is slated to change that shortcoming with two fresh additions.
Maps Catalyst and Breaker are being introduced at the start of the season, dubbed Lone Wolves, on May 3. Check out a fly through video of the two new maps below.
Catalyst is set inside a Forerunner structure, where players will be fighting across catwalks surrounded by waterfalls, overgrown cathedral walls, and a light bridge that provides an easy pathway across the two sides. This is a symmetrical Arena map that 343 says was influenced by the design of the Epitaph map from Halo 3.
The second drop, Breaker, is described as a "pseudo symmetric" Big Team Battle play space where a Banished shipbreaking scrapyard is present as the setting. There is a massive plasma cutting beam splitting the map down the middle, which acts as a dynamic death trap event to alter gameplay during matches.
Alongside the new maps, Season 2 also has game modes to spice up the available pool in new ways. While deeper details are still to be announced, which is happening next week, Last Spartan Standing, King of the Hill, Land Grab are the fresh modes landing.
Halo Infinite Season 2 Lone Wolves launches on May 3 as a free update for all players across Xbox and PC. While the cooperative mode for the campaign was supposed to be available at the launch of this upcoming season, the release got pushed back again recently.