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343 Launches Halo Infinite Season 2: Lone Wolves

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Key image for Last Spartan Standing. / Image courtesy of 343 Industries

Halo Infinite Season 2: Lone Wolves has begun, and players have a whole batch of new content to get stuck into.

The second season of 343 Industries online multiplayer Halo Infinite is finally here. players have been waiting some time to get there hands on some new content, hoping that Lone Wolves will give the game a much needed refresh.

This season sees the launch of a whole new Battle Pass, along with new multiplayer modes and maps for players to check out. Players will be able to check out the following game modes throughout Season 2:

  • Last Spartan Standing
  • King of the Hill
  • Land Grab

Not all of these new modes will be available immediately, however. Land Grab is tied to the Season 2 Fractured event - Entrenched, which launches on May 24. Game mode Attrition, which debuted in Season 1's Cyber Showdown event, will also be available in Quick Play and Bot Bootcamp playlists as well as Custom Games.

Halo Infinite Season 2: Lone Wolves New Maps Revealed

As for this season's maps, players will have two new experiences to try out:

  • Big Team Battle: Breaker
  • Arena: Catalyst

Breaker features two bases at either end of a long center lane. Its central lane is also home to a large laser that moves across a central pit.

Breaker is available in the Big Team Battle (BTB) matchmaking playlist, the Last Spartan Standing matchmaking playlist, and Custom Games.

In Catalyst, players will spot multiple waterfalls and expansive vistas. A light bridge connecting the two sides is also home to a Power Equipment spawn, but be wary of disrupting the passing Sentinels below.

Catalyst is available in most Arena matchmaking playlists, including Ranked Arena, and Custom Games.

While there's plenty to be discovered in this season's full patch notes, console fans will likely be pleased to see new target frame rate options. Xbox Series S consoles now support a 120hz refresh option. Xbox Series X now support a 30Hz refresh option. These options can be adjusted in the Video tab of the Settings menu.