It’s iconic for Halo to have a cooperative gameplay mode for the campaign. It’s a feature that’s been in the franchise since the first game launched in 2001. Halo Infinite is set to be a slightly different beast than the previous games in the franchise. With it being so different, can we still expect Halo Infinite’s campaign to have a co-op mode for players to play together?
It has been confirmed by 343 Industries that Halo Infinite’s campaign will have a co-op mode. You’ll be able to play with your friends online, or you can play split-screen with another player. It was never a question of if Halo Infinite’s campaign would receive co-op, but only a matter of when.
Right now, the campaign co-op mode will be delayed. It won’t be available when the game launches in holiday 2021. The development team at 343 has shared that it was a tough decision to make that they will need to release the campaign co-op in a post-launch format. Players can expect to jump into the campaign with a friend during the game’s season two. Each of the seasons in Halo Infinite are expected to last for three months.
Multiplayer will be releasing on time when Halo Infinite launches.