Halo Infinite had a bumpy start. So far, only the campaign and multiplayer have been released - the latter still has some problems such as the peeker advantage and a low ticket rate - with co-op and level building forge modes that were promised to come in later updates. But these promised updates did not even have a touch of ETA and the fans are frustrated.
Already in November, Joseph Staten from 343 announced that a Halo Infinite Roadmap would arrive with plans for the progress of the title in 2022 in January. On the first of February, Staten tweeted that 343 "more time needed to complete our plans so that they can rely on what we share. This work has top priority for me, and we will publish an update as soon as possible. "
It is now a month ago since Staten made this statement, three months since the start of the game campaign and for a long time since the multiplayer. Now many fans predict online that the second season of Halo Infinite will decide to delay: "Just wait until you delay the second season. You know that it comes. "Says the reddit user" Aaronrodgerstoe "in a comment, which received 1.7,000 positive voices.
This absence of a concrete schedule frustrates the fans, with some saying that Battlefield 2042, a game with a decreasing player number and a refund request against his name, even has a roadmap. "You like shit, but at least you have a schedule.", Mjbotte1, says.
Since the previous halo title have passed seven years, and the players' frustration results from the constant delays of both the game itself, which should be started in November 2020 together with the Xbox Series X | S, as well as the delays at the seasons, Updates and roadmaps for the latest iteration of the popular arena shooter franchise.
Who knows, maybe this public outcrystate will force you to release an update.