Sadly, campaign co-op for Halo Infinite will not be available when Season 2 of the game launches. As the developer stated, it should be available before the third season. 343 Industries will need “more time” to develop Infinite’s cooperative modes.
Halo Infinite’s Campaign Co-Op
Halo Infinite does not feature network or couch co-op, a departure from previous Halo games. And it appears Halo fans will have to wait a bit longer until they can suit up with Master Chief and their friends in Halo Infinite.
In a lengthy post on Halo Waypoint, the build team explained that it would take more time to develop a high-quality, fully-featured four-player co-op experience in the expansive world of Halo Infinite.
Fans Have to Wait as It’s Not Coming with Season 2
Last December, a few weeks before the official launch of “Halo Infinite”, fans were confronted with the hard truth that some of the game’s most popular features weren’t ready for launch. Campaign co-op, along with Forge, will be available with Season 2, according to 343 Industries.
The weekend has partly changed that. Joseph Staten, executive creative director of “Halo Infinite,” announced in a Halo Waypoint blog post that campaign co-op will not be available on Season 2’s first day of release. Staten says it will take more time to create a high-quality. Full-featured four-player network cooperative experience for Halo Infinite’s massive world.
In addition to the two-player split-screen of “Halo”, Staten mentioned that the studio is also working on a three-player co-op. Developers face “some big challenges” because the campaign has “non-linear, wide-open areas.”
The campaign co-op for “Halo Infinite” is delayed, but 343 Industries has assured fans that the game will not wait for the entire season. This will probably happen between a few weeks to two months after launch, according to the developer. Season 2 will launch on the 3rd of May.
Staten said that for “Halo Infinite” Forge, they still plan on shipping it in Season 3, which could happen in the summer. 343 Industries confirmed its plans to expand private flights. They will also conduct public tests of the game mode in the coming months. Where players can create custom maps for custom games.
Comparatively, its competition is in the obsession with redefining itself, adding unlockables and perks to make matters more complicated. “Halo Infinite” fans can now look forward to “Lone Wolves” in Season 2.
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