Great news for all Halo Infinite fans: Infection Mode is coming back soon! Season 4 will see the return of Infection, 343 Industries said in a recent tweet. The release date of the new season and the struggle for survival begins on June 20. Are you ready for it?! See it out for yourself:
Infection returns in Season 4 ☣️
The fight to survive starts on June 20. pic.twitter.com/SQtYXGVQdw
— Halo (@Halo) May 19, 2023
Since the third season of Halo Infinite’s patches debuted in March, Microsoft has actually promised us more “consistency” with the season releases. So, the fourth season, which will definitely come as a new advancement system, will introduce, or shall we say welcome back, the Infection mode next month. Quite impressive, isn’t it?!
What are your thoughts so far about Halo Infinite and the Infection Mode?
Although it has long been a Spartan favorite, Infinite’s Infection mode was conspicuously absent when it first debuted in 2021. Infection is a zombie PvP game in which sick Spartans seek out and infect their healthy friends.
First-person shooter Halo Infinite was created by 343 Industries and released by Xbox Game Studios. It follows Halo 5: Guardians (2015) as the series’ sixth mainstream installment, and it has been a hit success since its debut. Similar to previous Halo games, Halo Infinite allows players to make use of common Halo franchise weaponry and vehicles, such as the Warthog. Master Chief is the leading player character who gains additional skills in the game, such as the Grapple Shot. That skill allows him to propel himself right in the direction of enemies or will enable him to collect objects. How cool!
In a lengthy series of high-profile departures from 343 Industries, including former Halo director Joseph Staten and multiplayer creative director for Halo Infinite, Tom French, Frank O’Connor, a veteran Halo developer, is the most recent. Luckily, 343 Industries has released a brief statement to allay all those unnecessary fears regarding Halo, saying that Master Chief and Halo were “here to stay” and that the team will “continue to develop Halo now and in the future.”