It appears that long-time Halo fans are getting a bit of love in Halo Infinite's upcoming Season 2. Slated to drop on May 3, the new season – titled Lone Wolves – will introduce two new maps to the mix. The new maps, Catalyst and Breaker, are designed to be different from what Infinite players have been doing their fighting on since the game launched and are also a bit of a throwback to earlier games. Players will notice differences in not only the maps’ looks, but also gameplay.
The first of the two maps, Catalyst, is inside a Forerunner structure. This symmetrical map is filled with waterfalls, catwalks, and a light bridge connecting both sides. It’s also the map fans of Capture the Flag or Land Grab modes will want to be spending their time on.
Breaker was also built for Capture the Flag but the difference is that it was designed with Bit Team Battle in mind. It’s less symmetrical than Catalyst and is set in a scrapyard, with each team claiming a chunk of debris as their base. The place is a literal disaster and not only will players have to deal with each other, but also a plasma beam.
If you’d like a look at both maps, 343 dropped a new trailer today. That said, it doesn’t really show gameplay. It’s just a flyover of both areas – with the music Halo fans love.
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