Halo Infinite released on December 8, and if you weren’t following the news leading up to its launch, you might be surprised to see the game doesn’t include a cooperative campaign option. However, fear not, as the feature will be in the game–just not yet. So, when exactly can you play Halo Infinite campaign co-op, and why wasn’t it included in the game at launch? We break it all down below.
When is Halo Infinite campaign co-op coming?
The Halo Infinite campaign co-op mode is scheduled to release at the end of Season 1–roughly. This means around May 2022, but no official date has been confirmed and 343 Industries did not guarantee it would hit this date. With the season scheduled to run for several months longer than expected, this means subsequent content will also come later.
It’s not the only campaign feature players are waiting on, either. At launch, Halo Infinite is lacking a mission replay feature, meaning the only way to go through your favorite story moment again is to start an entirely new game. This is also going to change via an update, but it does make skulls a challenge to collect–our Halo Infinite skulls guide can help with that, though.
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