In contrast to prior Halo games, the new game, Halo Infinite, has a ‘battle pass’ system similar to that seen in popular battle royales like Fortnite.
The series will be finished on May 2022 with Season 1.
The first is Fracture: Tenrai, which comes with a time-limited Event Pass, playlist, and Samurai-themed prizes starting next Monday.
343 Industries, the game’s developer, originally stated that the seasons would last around three months. With the rest of the game set to release on Dec. 8, fans may have anticipated that Infinite’s first season would conclude in March.
Introducing this new content pack will be the arrival of three brand-new locations, as well as an all-new story that chronicles the adventures of a male protagonist who finds himself caught within a web of intrigue and deception.
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